Moisture captured by the window glass makes dust and dirt easy to stick causing the glass to appear blurry or dull. The glass cleaner used with the right window cleaner will restore the clarity of your home’s window glass. Cleaning windows is easier with the right tools and methods. Quality spray glass cleaning products make your task easier. However, be careful when climbing something to reach a high window glass when you’re doing your routine Window Cleaning.
Tools for cleaning window panes
– A bucket filled with clean water
– Window cleaner with a rubber knife
– Glass cleaner or detergent that is suitable and leaves no residue on the glass
– Dishwashing sponge to rub stubborn stains
– Clean rags
How to clean the window glass
Start by cleaning the side of the window inside the house. The outside of the glass is usually dirty, so it can be handled later.
Place a rag under the window to catch dripping remnants clean the glass so as not to pollute the floor.
Read the rules of use on the packaging of the cleaning product you choose. If you choose detergent, make sure the detergent is suitable for glass.
If the product you choose is not in the form of a spray, pour the liquid into a bucket filled with water according to the instructions. Stir until bubbly.
Dip the sponge in the solution, wring it out, and use immediately to wipe the glass.
If the glass cleaner you choose takes the form of a spray, spray it directly onto the glass, then wipe it with a sponge. Be careful when spraying the liquid so that it does not come into your eyes. Keep the spray distance according to the instructions on the product packaging.
Wipe the entire surface of the glass, including the corners.
Use a window cleaner with a rubber knife to reduce the excess liquid on the glass. Position the vertical rubber blade tightly on the glass, then move it horizontally or sideways. Wipe the rubber knife with a cloth to remove dirt and dirty water every time you complete one sideways motion.
Use a clean cloth to wipe away the remnants of liquid and scum from the glass.
Perform the previous steps on the outside of the window panel.