Window cleaning is regarded as one of the most tedious and irritating chores, so it’s better to get it right the first time only in order to avoid repetition. Many people hire experts for window cleaning, although there is nothing wrong with that but when you can get work done yourself then why bother spending so much. Steve’s Window and Pressure Cleaning Ballina is here to give an insight on how you can carry this tedious out in the most effective way.
Start early morning
If you start your window cleaning during daytime when the sun is shining at its full glory, then it is nearly impossible to get good results. This is because if you apply cleaner on a hot window then it will dry up before you can even wipe it off, wiping an already dried cleaner is impossible. Hence it is advised to start either early morning, when windows are at relatively lower temperatures or start on the shady side of the house.
It is imperative that you clean/ sweep the windows to removal all attached dust particles, rather than jumping into the cleaning process. This is an important prerequisite and it prevents dirt from turning into a muddy mess when mixed with a cleaner. If your window screen looks especially grimy, pop it out and wash with hot, sudsy water and a soft brush, then rinse and let dry before putting it back.
Alongside you can also wash your blinds by simply putting them in the dryer for 15 minutes on the ‘air only’ cycle. Instant rehanging prevents the curtains from getting all wrinkled up.
Using a good cleaner
In case your window looks extra dirty then using a cleaner is very important. In some cases, there is an abundant requirement for the application of cleaner. The reason why they are so important is because they are needed to suspend the dirt so that it can be completely wiped away. Skipping this process will result in muddy mixture at first and then lean streaks in the end.
Giving your window a subpar look, in fact worse than what it was actually looked like. Different kinds of cleaners are available under numerous brands, so select one that has the best reviews. In addition to this, you can also make cleaner at our house, this homemade cleaner doesn’t require complicated ingredients. Take 2 cups of water and add half cup vinegar and quarter cup rubbing alcohol with a 70 percent concentration. Add all these together and you have a homemade cleaner. Pour this in a spray bottle and label it for ensuring it is kept away from kids.
Use fiber cloth
Although using a newspaper is fine as well but not better than using a reusable microfiber cloth. These are super absorbent, washable and leaves the glass shiny and streak free. You can also try Microfiber Glass Cloths, which have a special honeycomb texture to nab water spots, smudges, and dirt from mirrors and glass without scratching.