How do I clean my own windows like a professional?

Cleaning your own windows is absolutely achievable, below are some tips to help you out.

What equipment do I need?

The basics tools you need to clean your windows well are: 

  • bucket
  • rags 
  • ladder
  • dishwashing detergent: Often commercially bought window cleaning fluid is a needless expense and not as good
  • squeegee: a good quality squeegee is essential
  • window cleaners mop head
  • window cleaners pole: depending on how high your windows are

It is best to buy equipment from a window cleaning company, as inferior products will give you a finish to match.  


Guess that stain?cleaning bucket

There are multiple stains that may be clouding your view like: 

  • paint
  • varnish
  • encrusted insects and their droppings 
  • traffic pollution
  • renovation grime and dust
  • cooking grime
  • fingerprints
  • marks made by children
  • pollen
  • dust
  • salt spray
  • pet marks

While many stains can be cleaned with a simple household detergent, your window cleaner may also use specifically designed scraper or a scourer. Be sure to clean de-staining tools thoroughly so they are ready to use next time - so you don't accidentally add to the a insect stain some cooking fat from last time you washed your windows.

Have you seen these other FAQ?

•  Who is Clean My Windows?

•  Where does Clean My Windows Service?

•  How do Clean My Windows wash windows?

•  Is Clean My Windows insured?

•  How do I pay?

•  How do I choose a Window Cleaner in Sydney?

•  Cleaning an arch, square or round window?

•  What effect does the weather have on cleaning my windows?

•  Will it be a waste of time if my windows are cleaned on a rainy day?

•  What parts of a window need to be cleaned?

•  Will my window tint be affected?

•  Will my double glazed windows be affected?

•  What are the Top 10 Window Cleaning Myths?

•  What are the Top 10 Window Cleaning Tips?

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