Spring is approaching. Begin your spring cleaning with windows!! Window cleaning is essential to be done at least once a year.
Choose a cloudy day to wash and clean your windows. This ensures that your windows do not dry too fast and most importantly NO ONE likes streaks. Imagine if it were like washing your car, in a sunny day it may leaver water spots or streaks on your windows.
These are the following materials to prep for do-it-yourself window cleaning:
- Lint-Free Microfiber Cloth
- Glass Cleaner
- Rubber Gloves
- Soft-bristled Brush
- (Optional) Squeegee
- (Optional) straight-edge razor blade scraper
How often should I do window cleaning?
When it comes to exterior windows, a routine wash can transform all the windows in your home. A routine wash is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to be done once every season (4 times a year) or every 6 months (twice a year).
What if my window is special?
Here are a few common types of windows. Identify your type and plan accordingly.
Be extremely careful when cleaning these types of windows especially stained and painted windows. AVOID at all costs using AMMONIA or VINEGAR. Either ammonia or vinegar based cleaning solutions will discolor the window surface. Please avoid damaging your window frames and any painted surface.
If you don’t have the proper time for window cleaning utilize the best effort saving tool – A PROFESSIONAL WINDOW SPECIALIST.