Sometimes, cleaning or washing windows can take a long time and take a lot of energy, especially if you live in a tropical area that has hot and humid weather, the window of your home is certainly not spared from dust. Therefore, you are advised to clean the window more often because dust stuck to the window can move into the interior of your house. However, if you are very busy, we suggest you hire a popular Window Cleaning company near your location.
The following are window cleaning tips to remove dust, stains & dirt effectively and correctly:
1. Clean the window when the weather is cloudy
Cleaning the window when the sun is shining is a big mistake that should be avoided. Why? Because the heat from the sun will cause the cleaning fluid to dry quickly and this will cause stains on the window. As a result, you have to clean the window repeatedly to get satisfying results.
Remember: Avoid direct sunlight that penetrates the glass directly when cleaning windows.
2. Remove the window cloth/curtain before cleaning the window
If you are installing window cloth/curtains on the window, you should remove it first before the cleaning process begins. This is done to ensure that dust from your window cloth will not fly or smear the window glass.
3. Use the right cleaning tools & methods
Equipment that must be provided:
– Cleaning Liquid
– Microfiber cloth
– 1 Bucket of Warm Water
– Squeegee (cleaning tool made of rubber)
Pour the cleaning liquid into a bucket of warm water. Remember, don’t pour too much cleaning fluid. Less foam, better.
Use a sponge to absorb as much liquid as possible and spread it evenly throughout the window surface. Soft sponges can lift and absorb dirt without causing scratches on the glass.
Clean by using a squeegee (rubber knife) and pull with a movement to form the letter S from the top down. Wipe the surface of the squeegee with a clean cloth after each pull and repeat this process several times.
After that, wipe your window glass with a microfiber cloth (or other soft cloth) to dry it completely.