Use a Vacuum
The first thing you should do when cleaning windows is to vacuum up small debris from the area. Things like dust, bugs and cobwebs can get stuck to your windows and are much easier to remove via a vacuum cleaner than manually.
Use a Squeegee
Your trusted window contractor advises using a squeegee for cleaning. A squeegee, together with a bucket of warm water and some dish soap, can really bring the sheen back to your windows and make them sparkle like new.
Eye Cloths Work
Those small eye cloths that you use to clean eyeglasses are also effective on your window glass. Just dampen the cloth with a bit of water and use it to remove any streaks and smudges from your window.
High windows can be hard to clean with a ladder. Instead of putting yourself at risk, use an extendable microfiber duster to remove any build-up with a light tap. Compared to normal windows, high windows are not often exposed to everyday debris and don’t build up enough dust to warrant a thorough cleaning. If you’re unsure about cleaning high windows, you can contact a window company like us to do it for you instead.
At Renewal by Andersen of Eastern New York, we can help you with your spring cleaning efforts by providing window maintenance and repairs when necessary. Call us at [company_phone] or fill out our contact form for more details.