Once you have the solar panels installed, they need minimal cleaning, especially when you get regular rains in your area. The problem begins when it doesn’t rain for a long time, causing the panels to accumulate dirt from the surroundings, including insects and birds that go near them. In this case, you have to manually clean the panels to keep them in top shape.
You have two options when it comes to cleaning the panels. First, you can hire a pro to do it for you. Your second option is to do it by yourself. The process is easy, and you can get it done using a hose connected to a water source.
Inspect the panels first to determine where the dirt has accumulated. Clean all the panels with a gentle flow of water. You can also use a non-abrasive sponge in parts where the dirt has stuck. Make sure that you do the process gently. To be certain about what to do, you can also ask for the assistance of the company that installed the panels to know the cleaning tools and agents you can use to get the process done.