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Got Dirty Solar Panels? Powerboost to the Rescue!

How much money are your dirty solar panels costing you? Yes, keeping your solar panels free of bird poop and other debris is extremely important because depending on how well you keep your solar panels clean has a direct impact on the overall return on investment of your solar electric system. Especially out here in Southern California, it has not rained in a while, imagine how dirty most solar panels are and the impact on the bottom line of solar power system owners.

Sure, every now and then, mother nature can wash off your solar panels for you. Although many system owners want to keep their solar panels as clean as possible to harvest the most electricity. Until recently most solar electric system owners had no cleaning solution to turn to. Thanks to SolarFrameWorks for introducing the PowerBoost Solar Panel Cleaner, a revolutionary solar panel cleaner designed specifically for photovoltaic cells.

Available for both residential and commercial applications, PowerBoost can be applied within minutes, the intense foaming solution contains high-quality surfactants that remove grime thereby increasing the level of solar insulation that is able to reach the solar cells. PowerBoost works on all types of glass, such as the tempered glass layered on the top of most crystalline solar panels. PowerBoost not only enhances the cleaning process but leaves behind a specially-formulated coating to reduce the number of cleanings required.

Don’t worry, PowerBoost is environmentally friendly, because its completely biodegradable and only costs pennies per panel to clean and protect panels from debris that can reduce your solar power system’s performance by up to 20%!!

Shown in the picture above, Powerboost residential cleans up to 5 kilowatts (kW) of panels and comes in a cost-effective applicator designed for use on solar electric systems. The applicator hooks up to any garden hose and is fast and easy to use.

Author: Deep Patel

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