It is important to know how to clean a condensing unit, even though there are many ways to do it, and many tools available for cleaning condensing units. The good news is that you can have a clean and germ-free unit. Keep reading this article for more information on how to clean the condensing unit.
The first thing you need to do is to let the unit cool down completely before trying to clean it. After cooling down, remove the cooling cover on the unit and then pour some water into a container or drain the water out and pour it back into the unit. Using the contactor, apply water to the contacts and wipe them off with a clean rag. Do not use any pressure while wiping the contacts off as this will cause damage to the unit. Use a rag to wipe the contacts until there is no water left on the unit. Remove the connector and wipe the contacts again with a clean rag.
After wiping the contacts, take the contactor and wipe the contacts with a rag and then with a cloth. Continue to do this until all the water is removed from the unit. Allow the unit to cool down to room temperature. If your unit is metal, it may not be advisable to allow it to cool down because it could cause damage. To make sure it does not come into contact with anything metal, the unit can be put in an area that is free of dust. Do not leave the unit to be near any heat source because this could damage the unit.