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window cleaningWays To Prevent Rain Spotting On Windows

Filthy windows let raindrops absorb dust, dirt, and pollen, which eventually leaves dirty spots on the windows once the rain dries. Acid rain may also leave behind irregular spotting from the raindrops that splash against the window panes. The precipitation from the acid rain has potentially dangerous levels of sulfuric and nitric acid. The good thing is that there are ways to prevent this from happening so that your windows remain cleaner and less susceptible to rain spotting. Of course, you have the option to hire professional window cleaners to help you out.

Provided below are some simple tips to stop rain water on windows. You will need a few materials like:

  •  Vinegar
  •  Water
  •  Sponge
  •  Squeegee
  •  Glass sealant

Listed here are the preventive measures that you can follow:

  1. Clean up your windows. Mix up equal parts of warm water and vinegar in a five gallon bucket. Immerse a big sponge into the water-vinegar solution until it becomes saturated. Scrub one window gently using a circular movement. Begin at the top and then work your way down the bottom.
  2. Soak your squeegee in water. Begin at the upper corner part of the window and then swipe it horizontally on the top part of the window. Create vertical swipes for the remaining parts of the windows up until you are on the swipe, which should be made horizontally across the bottom part of the window.
  3. Repeat the process for all the windows in your home. Be sure to clean one window at a time so that the cleaning solution will not dry on the windows. If the cleaning solution starts to become filthy, you have to replace it with a new mix of warm water and vinegar. This is very important when it comes to window cleaning.
  4. Put a glass sealant to create an invisible barrier between dirt, dust, and other pollutants as well as the surface of the window. This will make your window a lot cleaner for a longer period of time and it will also protect them from water spotting. There are certain glass sealants that can be applied directly to your windows through spraying. It provides protection to your windows for as long as one year. Be sure to check the manufacturer’s recommendations for certain product application as well as general information. Obviously, nothing compares to the quality of cleaning offered by Myrtle Beach window cleaners like A+ Pro Services. If you have no time to do this on your own or you just don’t want to, you can always hire a window cleaning service.

Call A+ Pro Services Inc. if you want your windows to be cleaned and maintained by professional window cleaners.

A+ Pro Services Inc.
Shallotte, NC 28470
(910) 754-2263
http://www.aplusprowindow.com/

Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
843-353-2263
http://www.aplusprowindow.com/commercial/commercial-window-cleaning-myrtle-beach/

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