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Mcdevito75 here, Believe it or not, I use a good quality spray cleaner like Mr. Clean, a spray that removes dirt and then you wipe clean, I use the sray, let it soak, then with a garden hose clean it off. The fan motors are sealed so you don"t have to worry too much of water in the motors, still don't direct the water hose stream directly onto the fan motors, also allow the fan to dry real good, out in the sun. I never had a problem with mine useing this technique of cleaning.

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