The simplest chores are the ones we do wrong, as in the case of window cleaning. Exterior window cleaning looks easy, but even the most experienced cleaner can do it wrong.
When your window is dirty and covered with water spots, dirt, or splattered bugs, you may not get enough fresh air or natural light in your home. The best way to enjoy your outdoor views and natural light is by getting an exterior window cleaning from Performance Powerwashing.
The window cleaning process is easy, but it becomes hard to know the right product to opt for with many window cleaning products on the market. On the other hand, a water mixture and white vinegar can be the best homemade window cleaning solution. Here are the tips that help you clean the exterior part of your window.
Cleaning the Outside of Your Window
One of the essential things to note when cleaning your exterior window is they have more stains and dirt than inside the window. Here are the steps to follow:
1. The first step is using a hose to rinse your window, and then fill your bucket with water and a few drop of liquid soap.
2. Dip a soft microfiber cloth in the water and soap mixture and start cleaning the window surface. Use a sponge mob or soft cotton on a pole for higher windows.
3. Next, use the hose and rinse your window thoroughly and then spray water and vinegar solution or commercial cleanser on the window.
4. Use a clean rubber squeegee to wipe the window from top to bottom. In case of stubborn stains or dirt like bird droppings, saturate it with water and vinegar solution and let it stay for a couple of minutes before drying.
Scheduling a professional exterior window cleaning every year is essential. You can contact us, Performance Powerwashing for your exterior window cleaning solutions. We are an insured and licensed cleaning company.