Do you want to know how to clean windows like the professionals? Are you frustrated when it comes to cleaning windows?
If you've answered yes to these questions then you are at the right place!
My name is Ray Croskrey, and I’ve been cleaning windows professionally for almost two decades. I am dedicating my spare time to building Do-It-Yourself Window Cleaning Tips where you will learn all about how to clean windows correctly.
This is a free website that is geared toward helping the do-it-yourself home owner and those looking to start a window cleaning business of their own.
Here is where you will be able to ask questions and gather all the information needed to master the art of cleaning windows all in one place.
If you have your own window cleaning tips, questions or comments feel free to click the Q&A tab on the left and fill out the comment form. (Please leave as much detail as possible when filling out the form.)
Learning how to produce perfectly clean windows starts with the basic window cleaning tools such as: window squeegee, scrubbing wands/strip washers, window scrapers & blades, poles, window cleaning towels, tool belts, and special window cleaning soaps and Chemicals.
Believe me when I tell you window cleaning isn’t rocket science – If you can clean the rest of your house, you can learn how to clean windows. All it takes is acquiring the right tools, the right information, and learning a few basic window washing techniques.
Also if you are thinking about a window cleaning business and are afraid to get your feet wet then I would recommend you purchase Steve Wright's "How To Start A Window Washing Business" located to the right of this page. This program is a steal and will show you everything you need to know about starting your own window cleaning business.
You can see a list of all the pages for this site by clicking on the Site Map button located on the nav bar to your left. These pages will go into more detailed discussions on each aspect of cleaning windows or you can scroll down further to see the quick start guide that will get you familiar with the basics steps on how to clean windows.
When it comes to cleaning windows properly, the first and most important items you will need are the right Window Cleaning Tools such as the ones mentioned above. There cannot be any exceptions. There is a reason professional window cleaners do not use news papers and the blue "glass cleaner" that you can buy at the grocery store.
The right tools alone can make or break a window cleaning job. Too often I see people using beat-up squeegees, grandma’s homemade window cleaning solution, newspapers, paper towels, vinegar, and so on.
Window cleaning should not be drudgery! In fact, with the right tools, it can be a relaxing and enjoyable activity!
Anything worthwhile takes patience and practice to learn.Window Cleaning Techniques take some time to master, but once you acquire the necessary information and a little practice, walaa! you will have the cleanest windows in your neighborhood. And don't worry, if you mess up then just adjust your technique and try again. Even seasoned pro's mess up from time to time and will have to redo a window or two.
Step 1 - Scrub all dirt and debris from the glass using a window scrubber/strip washer. If the scrubber cannot remove certain debris such as paint a window scraper may be needed. (only use scrapers on non-tempered glass)More Info On Window Scraping
Step 2 - Make sure the entire window is wet with your window cleaning solution. Then run the squeegee from one starting point/edge and finish by ending at the opposite side of the window.
Step 3 - Use a lint free towel to dry any left over water from around the edges of the glass.
Remember if you need some help don't hesitate to post your question in the Q&A Section.
www.do-it-yourself-window-cleaning-tips.com is dedicated to providing you with the latest information on window cleaning tools and techniques that you need to confidently clean windows on your own.
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