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Cleaning windows perfectly has been a challenge ever since glass was invented! There are 2 basic methods for cleaning windows without leaving streaks or smears. The first method is the conventional way most professionals use, and that is using a squeegee. A squeegee will pull off all soap, water, and debris evenly leaving the glass perfect. The second method is utilizing a pure water rinse method. With this method, you will scrub the glass with a brush, then simply rinse it off with a pure water rinse. The water used has been treated and filtered so it has 0 dirt particles in the water.
This information was provided by H&A Property Services.
Skyscraper window cleaners, otherwise known as high rise window cleaners have one of the most difficult jobs in the industry. Before they can even begin to learn how to descend on tall buildings, they have to have mastered the window cleaning skill first. These workers are the top technicians, and typically get paid that way. The low end pay is typically $16 per hour, and a seasoned veteran who has been doing this type of work for 15-20 years can make upwards of $30 per hour. These prices also vary in different cities and states. Thanks to Newton Window Cleaning for providing us this valuable information.
Gutter cleaning is definitely a task that will take all day if you do not have the right tools and equipment needed. You will need the following to make sure the job goes right:
- A Ladder
- A Pole
- Trash Bags
- A landscaping blower
- A long hose
You can clean your own gutters, but PLEASE keep safety in mind when working. It does not pay to break a leg, arm, your back, or even risk more serious injury to get your gutters cleaned. Contact a local gutter cleaning company and ask for pricing before you decide to save a few dollars.
This information was kindly provided by Early Bird Cleaning Services.
Making your own window cleaner has so many “secret solutions” and wives tales how do you know who to believe? Well, this comes from a window cleaner who has been doing this for nearly 30 years. Here it is:
- Take about 2.5 gallons of water in a bucket.
- Pour in about 2 squirts of dish soap, preferably Dawn, into the water.
- If, and only if, you have hard water stains, then add some white wine vinegar (about 1 cup).
This is ALL you need! The trick is NOT in the solution, it’s in the squeegee. Go get a high quality squeegee to remove the solution from the glass. It will leave it streak free. This answer is courtesy of Barlow Window Bros.
Getting your windows cleaned is very important task that needs to be done. Without clean windows, your place of business or home will not be inviting to customers or your family & friends. How often they should be cleaned may be determined where you live. If you live in a dusty environment, then a couple times a year may be the best practice. If you live in a rainy and snowy environment, then you should plan to have your windows cleaned 3 or 4 times a year.
Professional window cleaning comes with a price, so how much should you expect to pay? Before going into the prices, let’s point out some of the costs that window cleaning companies have to run their business. This may open your eyes and let you realize there is great expense behind each window washing company. Insurance expenses in the window cleaning industry are some of the highest premiums. Window cleaners work high on ladders, on rooftops, and in gutters. This increases their exposure risk for an accident, so keep in mind that pricing needs to cover their insurance expenses.
Prices for professional window cleaning are commonly charged by the pane. For residential windows the per pane prices are between $6 an $12 per pane. This will depend on accessibility and the type of window being cleaned.
For commercial window cleaning, the cost depends on many factors. How often will the windows be cleaned, how many stories, is large equipment required? You will need to call you window cleaner to get pricing for a commercial job.
When shopping for window cleaning prices, it is nice to know what to expect when you hire the right window cleaning company.
Let’s explore window cleaning prices for cleaning just the outside of your windows. Typically companies will charge per the pane of glass you have. There will be an additional charge if you have a two or three story home or condo. Difficult access will always increase the price, so consider this when getting prices too.
The average charge for just cleaning outside windows is $6 to $8 per window pane. This will include wiping the frames free of dust, cobwebs, and dirt, and cleaning your bug screens.
You may want to consider getting your inside windows cleaned as well because this price is significantly lower than the outsides. The contractor is already on your property, so they typically give better pricing for inside windows if you are already having the outsides cleaned.
If you are thinking about preparing for residential or commercial window cleaning service, then rest assured, it is quite simple.
Below is a quick checklist of things to consider before the window cleaners show up to your home or business:
- Remove anything valuable away from all window sills
- Move any furniture away from windows so the glass is easily accessed
- Make sure water is accessible for the technicians
- Open window blinds and curtains
- Put pets in a laundry room, or crate
- Have your checkbook or credit card ready to pay when complete
The last one may sound obvious, but all business owners enjoy a customer who pays at the time of service. Chasing down money can be awkward, and very time-consuming.
Having windows cleaned is essential for both homes and businesses. Because of this, many owners of glass-fronted offices and high-rise buildings resort to professional window cleaners. It may seem like a simple job, but it hides some risks since the cleaner is usually more than 15 meters above the ground.
Cleaning high-rise windows demands following safety measures and mobility. When going up at extreme heights, the use of climbing equipment and secure professional harness is necessary.
High-rise window cleaning is considered one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. This is why it is required for the cleaners to strictly follow certain safety measures to avoid danger.
The job of cleaning high-rise windows requires the cleaner to be industry-trained and have absolutely no fear of heights. Some other requirements include bravery to not mind the height and good physical capability to be able to do the actual cleaning efficiently.
There are two primary ways to filter water for use with window cleaning.
The FIRST METHOD is by utilizing a THREE-STAGE REVERSE OSMOSIS FILTRATION SYSTEM (RO). This process involves the use of a pre-filter that removes impurities such as sediment and chlorine. After running through this first filter, the water then passes on to a reverse osmosis filter.
The reverse osmosis filter uses a very thin membrane that is only capable of passing through pure water minus all of the larger ion impurities such as dissolved salts, minerals, metals, and bacteria.
The third step of the process involves that same filtered water being sent to a de-ionizing vessel (DI) that uses a special kind of resin to purify the water to completion.
The SECOND method is to exclusively use the de-ionizing tank to filter the water. DI only is preferable for on-demand water usage whereas the three-stage RO process produces water that is stored in tanks for later use. Both methods sufficiently filter water for window cleaning purposes.
After the water has run through these filters, it is measured by a TDS meter. The lower the number, the less impurities there are in the water. When cleaning windows, the TDS meter should run between 0 and 9 parts per million. This will leave windows looking their best!
When cleaning windows, all you need is a bucket of water, some dish washing soap, and a sponge. But if you’re doing it professionally, you want to get the job done fast and efficiently. A professional window cleaner would use a few extra tools.
The first is a squeegee. This is essential for a perfect, streak-free, and dry window. For those harder to reach, tall windows, professionals would use window cleaning poles or a ladder. For a cleaning solution, professionals keep it simple by using dishwater soap and a bucket of water. Also, a wide bucket is ideal when cleaning windows.
Another tool professional window cleaners will use is a T-bar that gets the cleaning solution on the window’s surface. Scrapers are useful if there are caked-on grime. A few clean and dry towels for the detailing part is also essential. And lastly, a tool belt that can hold various things like a squeegee or other tools, so they are close at hand.
To answer this question, first, we should explain what is deionized water.
Natural water used in industry and for cleaning is very often softened by the deionization process. Deionization removes hardness using an exchange of the ions. It then becomes soft and harmless to the appliances and window glass in our example.
Cleaning windows with water is good, but cleaning with deionized water is even better. It is better than tap water, which is usually chlorinated. You probably noticed after you finish washing the windows, there are stains all over the glass. Tap water is full of microbes, and impurities that are invisible to the eye. Deionized water is purified, so it will not leave stains on the glass after cleaning.
Now we can answer the question from the beginning:
YES, the deionized water is good for cleaning windows. Most cleaners will use this water by feeding it up a small tube to the top of a water fed pole to clean really high windows.