Window Washing

Cleaning interior windows professionally is crucial for maintaining a clean, hygienic, and aesthetically pleasing indoor environment. Clean windows allow more natural light to enter, improving the overall ambiance. Additionally, it helps extend the lifespan of your windows by preventing the buildup of dirt and contaminants that can cause long-term damage and creates a clean and inviting atmosphere for any business. The process explained below will help you understand how to do it at home, as well as what our technitians are taught. The process differs with interior and exterior cleaning.



1. Preparation:
– Before starting, gather all necessary equipment, including a bucket, squeegee, scrubber, lint-free cloths, a cleaning solution (usually a mild detergent mixed with water), and an extension pole if needed.


2. Protective Measures:
– To protect the surrounding area, lay down drop cloths or towels on the windowsill and the floor.
– Remove any dust or loose debris from the window frame and sill.


3. Cleaning Solution:
– Dip the scrubber into the cleaning solution and gently scrub the window, starting from the top and working your way down. Ensure thorough coverage.


4. Squeegee Technique:
– Starting at the top corner, pull the squeegee down in a straight line while maintaining firm but gentle pressure.
– Wipe the squeegee blade with a lint-free cloth after each pass.
– Repeat this process, overlapping each pass slightly, until you reach the bottom of the window.


5. Detailing:
– Use a clean, dry cloth to wipe the edges, corners, and any remaining water droplets.
– Inspect the window for streaks or spots and touch up as needed.


6. Final Check:
– Step back and inspect the window from different angles to ensure it’s completely clean and streak-free.


7. Cleanup:
– Remove drop cloths and clean your equipment. Dispose of any wastewater properly if it contains cleaning solution.

Cleaning Exterior Windows with a Water Fed Pole and Deionized Water:

Cleaning exterior windows is essential for maintaining the curb appeal and overall cleanliness of your property. Using a water-fed pole and deionized water is a professional and efficient method, especially for hard-to-reach windows. Deionized water leaves windows spot-free as it lacks minerals and impurities.

1. Equipment Setup:
– Assemble the water-fed pole with the brush attachment.
– Connect the pole to a water source that feeds deionized water. The system typically includes a resin tank that removes impurities from tap water.

2. Scrubbing:
– Wet the window with the deionized water using the brush attachment.
– Gently scrub the window surface to loosen dirt, grime, and contaminants.

3. Rinsing:
– Rinse the window thoroughly with deionized water from the pole. This pure water will absorb and carry away the dirt, leaving no residue.

4. Drying:
– Allow the window to air dry. Deionized water dries without leaving streaks or spots since it lacks minerals.

5. Final Check:
– Inspect the window to ensure it’s clean and spot-free.

This method is highly effective for exterior window cleaning, particularly for windows that are challenging to access safely, such as high-rise buildings or windows over landscaping. It eliminates the need for ladders or scaffolding, enhancing safety and efficiency.

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