How to clean your windows
Love it or hate it, you have to clean your windows if you want to see out of them. What is the best way to do this?
Choose your equipment
really dirty outside windows, it may be a good idea to spray them with a garden
hose to start off with. This will get rid of some of the excess grime and the
task will seem a little less daunting. If you have cleaned your windows
recently, it may not be necessary to do this.
Once you have finished this part, you may want to consider what cleaning products to use. There are many on the market and it can be difficult to decide which is best. Vinegar is an excellent window cleaning agent, so it may be a good idea to choose a cleaning product that has vinegar in it, or alternatively, add some to the water. Some window cleaners have a spray attached and others need to be added to water. It is a matter of personal preference as to what you use.
Choose your washcloths
You will need a sponge to wash your windows with. It may be a good idea to have a couple of different sized sponges – a bigger one to wash the middle part and a small sponge to get right into the corners.
Once you have washed your windows, it is time to rinse them. A garden hose can be used to do the outside windows, or alternatively a wet cloth will do the trick. They can then be wiped over with a clean, dry cloth or perhaps some paper towels.
this all sounds too much hard work for you, then window cleaning companies are
quite inexpensive and can do the job regularly for you. There are many
different companies around and Google can help you with their contact details.
For example, for Hereford you could search under Hereford double glazing window
The condition of your windows
If your windows or the frames still look discolored or damaged after they have been cleaned, it may be time to invest in some new double glazing. Firmfix are able to provide double glazing in Hereford, and there are other specialists in different areas.
Hopefully you now have some great ideas about how to tackle your windows.
Enjoy your window cleaning.