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Do something well takes some skill and knowledge. Many people clean windows, but few do it well. There are tricks and techniques used by professional cleaners that achieve the best results in minimal time. with advancing technology the techniques have changed, and results have improved accordingly.

A generation or two ago professional cleaners would blot windows with old newspapers, a trick that prevented streaks on the glass. The downside of the was the ink print that this left behind. Today there are better methods, using a squeegee, that gets streak free, ink free results.

<strong>Cleaning Windows:</strong>

You need a squeegee, mild detergent in a bucket of warm water, with some isopropyl alcohol and some glycerin. An old but clean towel is also useful.

– Put the towel across the bottom sill to catch any water off the window glass.
– Moisten the glass with the warm detergent water. But leave the top 2 cm of the window dry.
– Use the squeegee to wipe the cleaning water away. Start at the top left corner and wipe across the window at an angle, towards the centre. (left handed cleaners can wipe from the top right corner if they prefer).
– The alcohol makes the solution dry more quickly. The glycerin prevents dust from gathering on the glass.


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Clean windows means more clear light in the room. This may go unnoticed, until we see the difference between well cleaned windows and those that are slightly neglected.

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