Sometimes plain water — however forceful — just doesn’t cut it. If your garden hose didn’t do the trick, grab a bucket of warm water, dish soap, and a sponge and start cleaning. Work from the bottom of your fence upwards, using a cloth to scrub away dirt and scuff marks. Remember to rinse your vinyl fencing with water afterward. To prevent stains and marks from becoming stubborn fixtures on your vinyl fencing, get into a routine cleaning schedule. Luckily, you won’t have to wash it too often to make a difference; scrubbing it once or twice a year is sufficient.