“Lot of men and women take it upon themselves the obligation of washing their own home windows and end up unhappy with the final results. A few are able to afford it and employ professional window cleaners. Yet some just can’t spend spare money on employing experts. Besides it is too far off to clean home windows yourself. You just need to learn the basics and also have with you the appropriate tools to get the job done right. Here’s some window cleaning how to’s.
First you’ll need a squeegee, a 12 inch one to be exact and should more than suffice. Go for one that is of high quality where you can put new rubber in the event it requires replacing. You also need some old but clean cotton garments, dish soap and a bucket. If your property includes a second storey then you need a ladder, but extendable poles are sufficient and will also have the desired effect.
First window cleaning how to would be to load your pail with 2 gallons of cool water, and then add a shot of dish detergent. Try different amounts but you don’t want too much or inadequate of the dish soap. You just require enough to provide a little slide and glide for your squeegee. Dip your strip washer to the water and sprinkle it all over to generate foam. Squeeze it out to remove excessive water. Apply the strip washer to the window and scrub in spherical motion. Clean until the grime is taken away, then get ready to use squeegee on the glass. What you must do is scrub it horizontally first then vertically. When you scrub up and down, start from the top towards the bottom.
Don’t put too much strain on the window; let the squeegee do its magic. Wipe the rubber of the squeegee dry with dry cotton fabric then pull down once more on the window. Make sure that the top end of the squeegee is slanting in the direction that you’ll be pulling from. This will make sure that the water runs down the window. After a little practice you will be moving toward perfect windows cleaning.”