Window Cleaning can be a messy job, but there are some tricks that help you get smudge-free results. For example, don’t do the windows in the blazing sun. Spray cleaner on hot windows and it will dry before you can wipe it off, leaving hard-to-remove streaks. Instead, choose a shady spot to start.
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Before you do any spraying, use a soft lint-free cloth (microfiber is best) to remove any dust or debris that might be on the window frames or sill. Then spray the solution (either the vinegar/water mix or a commercial product) onto the window. Start at the top and work down, being careful not to spray on the edges or non-glass surfaces. Wipe the window glass with a clean, lint-free cloth or squeegee.
Use a de-ionized water sprayer (available at most hardware and home improvement stores) to lightly mist the windows both before and after you clean them, especially if your house is located in a very windy area. The de-ionized water will help prevent water spots on the glass.
For tough dirt or stains, scrub the windows with a scouring sponge (like these Scotch-Brite Non-Scratch Scrub Sponge from Amazon). Rinse and then dry the windows with a clean, lint-free towel. Finally, don’t forget the window screens — if they are still on the windows, rinse and wash them using your normal sudsy mix and let them air-dry before replacing. If you have a high window that you can’t reach, consider investing in a water-fed pole and some microfiber cleaning cloths. These gizmos (available in different lengths from about six to 70 feet) allow you to spray and mop your windows without ever getting on a ladder, reducing the risk of injury or back strain.
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