Window Cleaning Tips For The New Year!
Christmas and the new year is just a few days away. During this festive season, we continue to help our clients have the clean windows not only during this special time of the year but whenever they need our help. Apart from seeking out the help of professionals for your window cleaning needs, there are some ways for you to keep your windows in tip-top shape.
First things first. You will need a few items like a bucket, sponge, dry broom, microfiber cloth, squeegee, and a cleaning solution. Begin by removing or tying back blinds or curtains that you may have on your windows. Once that is done, use a broom handle or a dustpan brush to clean the corners and sill of your windows and get rid of any dust laying around.
The next thing to do is wash your windows using a sponge. Keep in mind that it is better to have fewer suds. Be very careful if you will be using strong window cleaning detergents because they might damage the paintwork surrounding your windows. You don’t want to end up with a huge paint job after cleaning your windows.
Get rid of excess water using a clean squeegee. Being at the top of the window and move downwards in a reverse S-pattern to ensure maximum efficiency. Wipe the blade of the squeegee using an old rag to prevent the dirt from being transferred. Any remaining water on the glass of the window should be removed using a damp and wrung dry microfiber cloth. Once that is done, dry the windowsill in case water had dripped down on that spot.
You might be wondering when’s the best time to clean your windows. Even though direct sunlight helps you to see the dirt easier, it can also quickly dry the window, which results in streaks on your window glass. Because of that, it is better to pick a cloudy day to clean your windows. Of course, you need to rethink this if you need to clean the outside of your windows.
It is also highly recommended for you to clean your windows at least every six months. If you do this on a regular basis, you will notice that your home will become much lighter and brighter.
If you don’t have the time, equipment, or the skills to do this task, you can always call the professionals. A reputable window cleaner has worked really hard over the years to build a name that is founded on trust as well as customer satisfaction. They aim to provide unbeatable results when it comes to window cleaning Myrtle Beach.
There are many reasons why you should seek out the help of the experts. First, they have the equipment needed to get the job done properly and safely. Next, they have the skills and years of training to make sure that your windows are streak-free and spotlessly clean.
Call A+ Pro Services Inc. for all your window cleaning needs.
A+ Pro Services Inc.
Shallotte, NC 28470
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
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