How to Do Winter Window Cleaning Efficiently
Published on Saturday, 30 January 2010
You need to maintain the cleanliness of the house even at winter. That's why window cleaning should be done too. To cut your cleaning time though you don't only need to use the right cleaning materials you also need to do it the right way.
Avoid Leaving Streaks on the Window
Pick a time when the sun is hidden over the clouds. Cleaning your windows on a sunny day would have your cleaning water drying up fast. This could leave you a lot of streaks on the window.
Using too much soap can also leave streaks. There would be more residues left after so streaks would be visible afterwards. That is why you should only use adequate amount of soap on a bucket of water.
To allow yourself to effectively check the window for streaks, you can wipe the windows from right to left and vice versa on the inside. Then you should wipe it up and down on the outside. Any streaks left on either side would be more visible this way so you will be able to work on them before finishing up.
It would even better to use old newspaper or hard paper towels in wiping the windows as these materials leave the least streaks.
While most people concentrate on the glass of the windows only, this does not complete the window cleaning. You also need to clean the window sills. Then you should also include the PVC areas. Only then can you consider your window cleaning to be complete. More news