Tips To Make Window Cleaning Easier
Window washing does not have to be a cumbersome task. With the tips provided below and the right cleaning tools, you can make this chore a lot easier and quicker. Before we continue our discussion, it is highly recommended to place all your window washing tools in a single bucket and prepare a second one for mixing your cleaning solutions.
The Tools and Materials You Need
- Soft bristled brush
- White vinegar
- Dishwashing liquid
- Polyester sea sponges
- Extension poles
- Lint-free cloths
- Rubber gloves
- Razor blades with straight edges
- Non-ammoniated all-purpose cleaning solution
Simple Cleaning Methods
- Choose when you want to clean your windows. Experts recommend that you do this task when the sun isn’t shining directly on your windows. The sun’s heat may lead to the premature drying of the cleaning solution and result in water spots and streaks.
- Go out and brush the exterior of your windows as well as the frames as gently as you can using a soft bristled brush. This will help you remove dirt and cobwebs that may have accumulated over time. Also, be sure to clean tracks, sills, and hinges.
- Make a cleaning solution that consists of 1 part hot water and 1 part white vinegar.
- If you are planning to use the squeegee to clean your interior windows, don’t forget to place towels on the windowsill to cat drips and prevent it from staining your floors.
- Wet and not drench the sponge with the water-vinegar solution, if you plan to use it to get rid of dirt. Prevent the solution from coming in contact with your window frames.
- Begin at the upper corner of the window pane. Using a straight stroke, draw the squeegee down. Go back to the top and repeat the process. Be sure to overlap each new stroke with the new one. Additionally, after every stroke you make, wipe the squeegee’s rubber edge using a lint-free cloth or a sponge. If you are on the last stroke, pull the squeegee across the bottom and use a dry and clean cloth to wipe the sill dry.
- Wipe the frames using a cloth that has been dampened with water and non-ammoniated all-purpose cleaning agent. Use a damp and clean cloth to get rid of the cleaning solution and the use a dry cloth to wipe it dry.
If you are cleaning large windows, experts prefer to use the snake method. From the upper corner of the window, pull the squeegee across the window horizontally. At the other corner, turn and then lower the squeegee to the water line and then pull it again across your window. Repeat the process and don’t forget to clean the edges using a cloth. On the other hand, if you don’t know what you’re doing, don’t have the tools, or just don’t have the time for this kind of task, it is better to hire a professional window cleaning company in Brunswick County.
Call A+ Pro Services Inc. if you want professionals to help you clean your windows.
A+ Pro Services Inc.
Shallotte, NC 28470
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
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