First however you will need to gather some supplies. Here is a list of what you will need:-
Windex, Or Window Spray or Vinegar and dish washing detergent.
A Squeege with a pole extension for taller high up windows
Towels and dry microfiber clothes.
A window scrubber or sponge (non-scratch pads or non-scratch scourer).
Window Cleaning 101 Steps
Mix few tablespoons detergent, few tablespoons vinegar (or ammonia) with a few litres of water. Place the window scrubber in the water and remove excess liquid.
Lightly scrub over the entire surface of the window. Try not to overwet the surface too much, but apply liberally over the window.
Next, using your squeegee, wipe the window from top to bottom, left to right. Be sure to not miss any water or you will see lines of water on the window still. If there is still water marks on the window, wipe left to right. At the end of each pass, wipe the squeegee blade with a dry cloth.
Ideally, you want to leave the window streak free, with no water on it. If you do not have a squeegee, do not worry as you can use a microfiber cloth or paper towels.
Some people use newspapers to wipe dry windows to clean them. I have mixed feelings about this. It can work, but the ink on the newspaper can also rub off on your hands.
The following video will help you get started. If you need help with window cleaning, remember to call KnuWhizz to book in your next Ballarat Window Cleaning or Geelong Window Cleaning job.
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