8 Pro Tips For Crystal Cleaning Windows


Most people do not like the idea of window cleaning as it encompasses tangling with dirt, towels, water, papers and irritating streaks on the window. Window can be washed in a number of methods and techniques and they are quite confusing when deciding on the best way. There are experts however who can help on the best way to do the job. Check out these professional tips of inviting brightness into your room with crystal clear window glasses.

Tip 1: Get rid of stacked up dust

This is the first step of window cleaning. Remove the curtains and by the help of a broom handle, brush off the dust from all corners of the windows.

Tip 2: Use a sponge to wash the windows

The water used should be warm and a soap solution added. The window cleaning chemicals should not be very concentrated as they might remove paint on the walls.

Tip 3: Wipe excess water on the windows

Use a clean squeegee to do this. Begin from the topmost part all the way down. Wipe off the water in a reversed S pattern to improve the effectiveness. Ensure that you wipe the blade of the squeegee regularly using a used-up cloth to prevent accumulation of dirt.

Tip 4: Wipe the remaining water a second time

This is where the microfiber cloth comes to play. It should be dump. Then, the windowsill is dried completely.

Tip 5: Choose a cloudy day for window cleaning

When the weather is hot, windows dry fast but dirt stripes are left on the surfaces. Cloudy days are the best days to clean windows.

Tip 6: Clean two times annually

It makes a tremendous difference in your house

Tip 7: Design a cleaning solution by yourself

Put two tablespoons of vinegar into an about 5 liters of warm water.

Tip 8: Use ammonia to clean greasy windows

Two tablespoons per bucket are enough and then use vinegar to rinse.

Use these suggestions to clean your window panes and make your room bright, and revitalize your soul.


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