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Panel maintenance is important, but you probably don’t have to clean your solar panels as often as you think. There may be the occasional bird droppings or collection of wind-swept leaves that need to be cleared away, so they get direct exposure from the sunlight, but generally speaking, panels stay clean enough on their own.
Your solar panels will naturally collect a little bit of dust throughout the day but that’s not enough to stop them from absorbing sunlight and converting it into solar power. In fact, one study from the University of California San Diego observed that—when left untouched on a roof for 145 days—solar panels only lost about 7.4 percent of their energy production efficiency.
When you think of all the heat, dust, and debris to which solar panels are exposed, it’s a little surprising that they remain so efficient, but they’re made to resist the elements, and we account for the dirt and debris when we design your solar energy system.
So yes, it’s probably a good idea to clean your panels every once in a while, but you don’t have to do it nearly as often as most people think.How to clean your solar panels?  A professional solar cleaner may be in a better position to clean your solar panels for you.
Sunnysmiler solar clenaing brush allows an easy, fast and economic cleaning. Due to the high mechanical performance, an optimum cleaning result can be achieved with only low water consumption. The solar panel cleaning tools can reduce physical efforts,it’s so easy to clean your panels with Sunnysmiler solar cleaner!