Now is the time to clean your windows one last clean and guarantee your windows are ready to impress family and friends.
Here are our top ideas for cleaning your windows and getting excellent outcomes:
- Cleaning practises can vary from product to material. If you have UPVC windows, prevent using abrasives to clean them as they can scratch the surface of your frames. As UPVC is low maintenance, the frames shouldn’t need much cleaning; just the periodic wipe down with a wet fabric. For hardwood windows, clean them down with clean warm water and a fabric.
- To get the best outcomes when cleaning up windows, to start with begin by washing the window with a sponge dipped in warm soapy water, then rub out the excess water with a clean squeegee from the top down in a reverse S pattern, cleaning the blade clean between to prevent transferring dirt then get rid of any staying water with a damp, wrung-dry microfibre fabric, then dry the windowsill.
- If you want to prevent streaks, tidy your windows on a cloudy day rather than a sunny one. Sun can dry the windows too quickly, leaving those pesky marks.
- If you find yourself except cleansing products or choose to choose more natural services, produce your own cleaning solution by adding 2 tablespoons of vinegar to a little pail of warm water.
- For an extra sparkle and polish, buff the tidy and dry glass with paper. It might appear odd, however the printers ink adds that extra clean sparkly appearance.
- Take care of your tools; keep them clean, otherwise they can spread dirt around your windows. Purchase a good quality squeegee and ensure it is fitted with a new rubber blade often. A 10 or 12 inch squeegee is most effective.
- If you’ve chosen an especially cold day to clean your windows, include some wind shield cleaning option to your cleansing solution to stop it from freezing on the glass.
With these easy tips, you’ll be able to delight in shimmering windows and a great view from your home and conservatory.
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