Every homeowner wants their windows and glass doors to be gleaming, shimmering, and magnificent. Unfortunately, there is no genie in a lamp who can grant you wishes, so you won’t be able to accomplish all of these in an instant. There is also no magic carpet that can lift you up and down to reach every nook and cranny of your home’s glass panels.
You are fortunate to have professional cleaners like us! In this article, we’ll reveal some of our best-kept secrets for cleaning the dirtiest windows and glass doors
These glass cleaning tips will give you a whole new perspective on the outside of your house and allow you to enjoy the feeling of being inside in a whole new way.
But first, prepare some of these materials that you might need for a streak-free window cleaning:
- Soft-bristled brush – for taking out the dust and gunk that settled into the deepest corners of the doors and windows
- High-quality squeegee – for cleaning the window panes. Make sure you get the ones with a replaceable rubber blade, so you don’t have to buy new ones if the rubber gets worn out
- Small bucket – the one that you can carry up and down the ladder or…
- Cleaning spray bottle – for a lighter and more efficient work
- Ladder – you need this so you can reach the top of your windows and glass doors, unless you’re a giant
- Rubber gloves – if you still want supple hands after the cleaning task
- ½ cup of white vinegar
- 2 cups of hot water
You know the routine. When cleaning your home, it’s always a good idea to start at the top and work your way down. Window cleaning is no different. This method is the most effective for cleaning glass surfaces because it makes the most of your cleaning solutions by allowing the solution to drip all the way down to the bottom of the panel.
To achieve streak-free windows, begin wiping or light scrubbing at the top.
Squeegees are the workhorse when it comes to glass cleaning. It’s a simple tool, but it can do wonders for your home’s glass surfaces.
Its purpose is to ensure that no residue is left behind. Because rags aren’t always enough to remove the cleaning solution from the windows, re-wiping is required. The problem with re-wiping with a cloth is that it will almost always result in visible streaks and spots. Squeegees, on the other hand, make it easier to polish the panes and achieve a squeaky-clean result.
The best thing about squeegees is that they can be used on glass doors and shower walls.
At the End use the Microfibre or paper towel for polishing the windows