REES AND DAUGHTERS
TRADITIONAL WINDOW CLEANING:
Traditional window cleaning, is where the window cleaner will use a T-bar with a microfibre sleeve. The sleeve is soaked in water and a liquid detergent and is then applied to the glass and thus agitate the layer of dirt. They will then remove the water with a rubber squeegee very much like the windscreen wipers on your car. Any excess water gathered around the edge of the frame can then be wiped away by a dry microfibre cloth, this is called detailing.
A damp cloth is then used to wipe the tops of the frames and the sills.
We always use the traditional method for inside window cleaning.
What are the pros and cons of traditional window cleaning?
The water fed pole was developed in the United states and was introduced in the United Kingdom back in the 1990’s. Initially used for high reach commercial window cleaning. However, recently it has become extremely popular with residential window cleaners due mainly to the safety it offers it’s operative. The water fed pole now comes in a wide range of heights from 4’ right up to 80’ and feeds pure water from a tank on the ground to the brush head on the glass. The brush will then agitate the dirt whilst receiving a constant feed of clean water. There are many different types of brush for all variation of windows and scenarios. Once the window cleaner has cleaned the glass, it is then rinsed with pure water to leave a streak and spot free finish.
Please also see: What is pure water?
What are the pros and cons of water fed pole window cleaning?
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