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window cleaningTips For Preventing Rain Spotting On Windows

Raindrops will take up pollen, dust, and dirt once it dries on a filthy windows. Acid rain may likewise result in sporadic spotting due to raindrops that may have splashed against the window panes. Precipitation caused by acid rain has dangerous amounts sulfuric and nitric acids. The good thing is that there are measures that you can take to prevent this from happening while keeping your windows tidy as well as make it more impervious to rain spotting. If you don’t have the tools or time to get this task done, you can always seek out the assistance of professional window cleaners.

Steps To Stop Rain Spotting

Before we proceed to the basic steps of preventing rain spotting, be sure to prepare the following materials.

  • Vinegar
  • Bucket
  • Squeegee
  • Sponge
  • Glass sealant

Be sure to clean your windows thoroughly. Prepare a 5-gallon bucket and fill it with a solution that contains equal parts of warm water and vinegar. Get a large sponge and dip it into the solution that you made until it is saturated. Using a circular motion, scrub your windows gently and be sure to start on top then down to the bottom.

Get your squeegee and wet it water. Begin at the upper corner of your window and then swipe your squeegee from top to bottom. For the remainder of the window, swipe your squeegee vertically up until you make the final swipe from left to right at the bottom of the window.

Repeat the process for all of your windows at home. When it comes to window cleaning, it must be done one at a time. Don’t forget to do all this if you don’t the cleaning solution to dry up on the windows. Also, be sure to replace your vinegar and water solution immediately once it becomes dirty.

Applying a glass sealant will offer a concealed barrier between the surface of the window and dirt, dust as well as other air pollutants. The glass sealant will keep your windows much cleaner for a longer period of time. It will also protect your windows against water spotting. You can also apply glass sealants by spraying them directly to the windows. This can offer protection for as long as 12 months. Don’t forget to check the manufacturer’s manual for general information and recommendations for certain product application. You can also hire a professional window cleaning Myrtle Beach company to assist you.

Call A+ Pro Services Inc. if you want professional window cleaners to take care of your window cleaning needs.

A+ Pro Services Inc.
Shallotte, NC 28470
(910) 754-2263

Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

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