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Window Cleaning

Window cleaning is a crucial maintenance task that involves the thorough cleaning of glass windows and surfaces to ensure they remain transparent, attractive, and functional. This process is essential for both residential and commercial buildings, as well as vehicles with glass windows.

What’s Included

Assessment: Before starting the window cleaning process, it is important to assess the condition of the windows. Identify any stubborn stains, bird droppings, or other contaminants that may require special attention.

Gather Equipment: Collect all the necessary equipment and supplies for window cleaning. These typically include:

  • Applicator: An applicator is a handheld tool or scrubber used to apply a cleaning solution to the glass surface. It is often a sponge or microfiber pad attached to a handle.

  • Cleaning Solution: A suitable cleaning solution or detergent is required to break down and dissolve dirt, grime, and contaminants on the glass. You can use commercial window cleaning solutions or create your own using water and a mild detergent.

  • Squeegee: The squeegee is a critical tool for removing the cleaning solution and dirt from the glass surface. It consists of a rubber blade mounted on a handle. The blade is drawn across the glass to remove water and debris effectively.

  • Bucket: A bucket is used to hold the cleaning solution and dip the applicator in as needed.

  • Lint-free Cloths or Towels: These are used for wiping and drying any residual moisture or streaks from the glass after squeegeeing.

  • Extension Pole: For cleaning high or hard-to-reach windows, an extension pole can be attached to the squeegee or applicator for added reach.

Preparation: Protect the surrounding area by laying down drop cloths or plastic sheets to catch any drips or spills. Remove any window screens or obstacles that may obstruct access to the glass.

Application of Cleaning Solution: Wet the applicator in the bucket containing the cleaning solution and apply it evenly to the glass surface. Work from top to bottom and cover the entire window.

Scrubbing: Use the applicator to gently scrub away dirt, dust, and grime from the glass. Pay special attention to any stubborn stains or spots.

Squeegee Technique: Starting at the top corner of the glass, place the squeegee blade against the glass and pull it down in a straight, vertical motion. Wipe the blade with a lint-free cloth after each pass to prevent streaks. Continue this process, slightly overlapping each pass, until you have squeegeed the entire surface.

Final Wipe: After squeegeeing, use a lint-free cloth or towel to wipe the edges and corners of the glass and catch any remaining moisture or streaks.

Repeat if Necessary: For heavily soiled windows, you may need to repeat the process to achieve a sparkling clean result.

Inspection: Finally, inspect the glass for any missed spots, streaks, or residue, and touch up as needed.

Professionally cleaned windows can significantly improve the appearance and functionality of any space, allowing natural light to shine through unobstructed and enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal. Regular window cleaning also helps prolong the lifespan of windows by preventing the buildup of dirt and contaminants that can cause damage over time.

Our Current Clients

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I received a recommendation for Beyond Clean Solutions and decided to give them a try. I must say, Sandra demonstrated excellent communication and organizational skills when it came to managing the day-to-day cleaning tasks in my extremely Shopping Centre and other sites.

What impressed me even more was that their service extended beyond just cleaning; they also provided all the necessary consumables and sanitary supplies we needed. It's a comprehensive solution that made my life a lot easier.

Aramis Mainwaring



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