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Solar panels are built to withstand constant exposure to the elements, but from time to time they will need to be cleaned to maintain maximum efficiency. A dirty solar panel will generate considerably less power, and if you live in a dusty area or one with a lot of leaf litter, you will need to keep an eye on them to make sure they are clean and clear.
There are a number of things you’ll need to consider when it comes to safety; cleaning a solar panel involves introducing water to an electrical system, typically located high up on a roof. The first recommendation we can make is that you don’t even try it yourself unless you’re trained to work at heights, wearing the right safety gear, and have all of the necessary instruction from the manufacturer and installer.
A misstep could easily send you off and injure you; there’s a very good reason that tradespeople go through the necessary training and wear the right safety gear when they get up on roofs! Commercial solar panel cleaning services are available for a fairly reasonable price these days – if you’re shopping around for one, weigh the cost of the energy you’re losing against the cost of the service.
Different systems will have different coatings and materials, and as a result will need to be cleaned with the right cleaning agents and materials. A scourer, for example, may damage the panels and reduce their efficacy – but so may different cleaning chemicals. If you’re working with soapy water be extremely careful with your footing.
If you are able to access your solar panels safely (perhaps even with a telescopic brush), you’ll still need to be extremely careful because you’re working with high powered electrical equipment. Check the maintenance advice that came with your solar panels – or if you can’t do that, get some written instructions from the company that supplied them to you before you attempt to clean them.
You should always fully switch off any electrical systems before you attempt to clean them. If there are any cracks in the panels, the wiring underneath could be exposed, which could deliver a powerful electric shock if still connected to the battery when you wash them. Likewise, if you have a transformerless inverter, there’s a risk of electrostatic shock if the frame on the panels isn’t properly earthed. And even if they are switched off, there’s a good chance that the solar panels will be dangerously hot.
A properly trained solar panel cleaner will be well aware of the risks involved, will work methodically with the right safety precautions, and will offer a warranty on his or her services for extra peace of mind.
Solar panels should be cleaned around every six months under normal conditions, as dust build-up and other detritus like bird poo can reduce a panel’s efficiency even if it’s not completely obvious how dirty the panel is. There’s nothing stopping you from cleaning your panels more frequently, but it’s worth considering that the more contact you have with the panels, the greater the risk that you’ll damage them.
Most solar panels are made of toughened glass which has a coating that’s susceptible to scratching, so under no circumstances should abrasives be used. The cleaning implement of choice is normally a soft brush; a scour pad is too abrasive, while a sponge or squeegee will not get at the tougher baked in stains. Plain water is normally used to avoid any chemical residue build up from a soap or cleaning chemicals.
Small circular strokes are normally sufficient to loosen most of the dirt to the point where it can be hosed off or washed away. The panels are normally dried off as soon as possible after washing to prevent any calcium deposits in the water from building up. A glass polishing cloth or similar is normally used for this purpose.
Purchase a solar panels cleaning kit. It should contain a liquid soap, a wiper, a small brush and in some cases another brush with a longer handle. In many ways, these items are similar to what you use to clean your car, so if you cannot purchase a cleaning kit that is specifically designed for cleaning solar panels then you can substitute it with your car cleaning equipment instead.
Mix the soap with water in a bucket. The amount that needs to be mixed should be mentioned on the bottle of liquid soap. Usually it is about the same proportion that you use when cleaning your car.
Dip the brush into the soap and water mixture and gently rub it over the solar panels. If you have the panels divided into smaller arrangements then you should be able to get the job done with a small handheld brush. However, for larger arrangements it can be difficult to reach the panels in the middle so you will need to use the brush with the longer handle.
Wipe the solar panels with the wiper while the panels are still wet. At times, the wiper is attached at the back of the brush. It is important that you don’t allow the soap to dry on the solar panels since this will block the amount of sunlight that they can absorb and make them inefficient.
Hire a professional solar panel cleaner if there are some areas of the panels that you are unable to clean. Sometimes it can be difficult to reach all the panels while in other cases you may have certain stains such as the stains of bird droppings that can be very difficult to clean. It is better to hire a professional than to risk damaging your solar panels.