Let in the autumn sun, professional window cleaning tips!
Category: Window Cleaning
Therefore you really want to take advantage of some of the warmer, more pleasant weather and ensure that your windows are in tip top condition.
If you want to let more of that autumn sun into your home, then now is the time to roll up those sleeves and let in more of that autumn sun.
Window cleaning is by no means an easy task. Often you will have windows that are very difficult to reach or haven't been cleaned in what seems like years.
If you are moving into a new property, you may sometimes find that the windows of the home have been caked in dust, dirt and other undesirables as a legacy left over by the previous tenants.
So with this in mind, it is worth setting at least a day or so aside, to dedicate to the task of window cleaning. If you have got a lot of windows in your home, or you are living in a house with very big panes, then you definitely want to enlist the help of professional window cleaners.
Start, by filling up a bucket full of warm, soapy water. You will also need to arm yourself with a squeegee. For really dusty windows, you should also have a duster handy, or a microfibre cloth.
If like most homes, your windows are fairly high up, then you should also have a step ladder, but be sure to take the necessary safety precautions.
When it comes to window cleaning, always do one section of the window at a time, working in vertical strokes.
You should then use the squeegee to get rid of the excess water. Finish off, by spritzing your windows with a good quality glass cleaner from the local stores.
This will prevent those nasty smears and stains from wrecking your view!
But do you want to know what our advice is for best results? Don't clean your windows at all! Yes, that's right, if you want to give your home that professional look, hire a Window Cleaning firm to do all the work for you instead!
This will give you the confidence of knowing that both the inside and outside of your windows are cleaned to the very best standards!
And what could be better than that?
Posted by Toni Tsocheva