There’s no shame in the game. There are lots of people who actually hate cleaning windows. Yep, even those in our precious cleaning industry. So, here’s a short and easy way to professionally clean windows to help you out. 😉
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This post is about routine glass cleaning maintenance. It is not post construction cleaning, stain glass cleaning, chandelier or anything else. So we’ll keep everything simple.
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How To Professionally Clean Windows
Simple window cleaning instructions:
- Fill bucket ½ way with warm to cool water.
- Squeeze just enough soap in the water.
- Protect surrounding surfaces. Such as, put towels down below the windows to catch the excess.
- Use sponge to apply sudsy water onto glass and frames.
- Use glass scraper, if necessary, to remove all stuck-on debris.
- Squeegee down, across, or swivel like in the video. (Don’t get hung up on this part. Window cleaning techniques vary, so find your groove and stick with that. You’re all good!)
- Use towels to wipe up the residual dirt, water and soap left on glass and frame.
That’s it! A short and sweet method for professionally cleaning windows inside and cleaning windows outside.
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