FTurn off the solar panel system to prevent electric shock. Wait for a cool day or clean the panels early in the morning to avoid the risk of hot surfaces.
inspect the condition of the solar panels. Look for any cracks, loose connections, cleaning damaged panels could exacerbate the problem.
Different types of solar panels may require different cleaning methods. Some panels are self-cleaning to a certain extent, while others may need more frequent cleaning.
If mild dirt or grime is present on your solar panels, a simple solution of distilled water and mild detergent can be used. Mix the detergent with distilled water in a bucket.
Dip the soft brush or sponge into the cleaning solution. removing any dirt or debris. Pay special attention to areas with bird droppings or stubborn stains.
rinse them thoroughly with clean water. Use a hose or a spray bottle filled with distilled water to ensure there are no soap residues left behind.
inspect the solar panels again to ensure there are no signs of damage or issues. Look for cracks, loose connections, or any other abnormalities.
Regularly monitor the performance of your solar panel system after cleaning. Note any changes in energy production and keep track of any maintenance activities.