Virtually anyone can clean a window with the right materials and cleaning equipment. There’s no special secret to cleaning windows, but it does help if you have a general idea of what you are doing to avoid disappointment. Invest in quality window cleaning materials and this is a good starting point. What’s more, avoid these easy to make mistakes if you want the perfect results.
Cleaning on a hot day
You’d probably think the best time to clean your windows is on a bright and sunny day. Think again! Cleaning windows when the sun is shining can be really hard going, and if you fail to rinse the detergent off the glazing quick enough, you will be left with streaks and stubborn marks. Clean windows when the weather is dry by all means. Just avoid those baking hot days and steer clear of bright sunshine.
Scrimping on glass cleaner
Always read the instructions on the detergent you are using to clean your windows. Sure, you want it to last as long as possible but don’t be stingy or you could be left sorely unsatisfied with the results of your hard work. Stick to the recommended dosage is you are using super-concentrated soap. And don’t be miserly if you want to see dirt and grime disappear.
Follow the operating instructions
Make sure you are fully conversant with any window cleaning equipment you are using. If you buy a window cleaning system, read the instructions first so you can use the equipment in a safe and efficient way. By learning how to correctly use the window cleaner you will guarantee the best results.
Clean both sides of the glass
There’s no point in just washing one side of the windows. If you do this, the other side could be full of streaks and smears. Take the time to carefully clean both side of the glazing and the glass should be streak-free and sparking afterward.
There’s no exact science to cleaning windows, you simply need the appropriate equipment and the time to spare to clean the glazing around your home. Should you require window washing equipment, contact us here at H & G Promotions Ltd, or call for an informal chat on 01299 266303.