Easy Ways to Keep Your Windows Sparkling
There are lots of window cleaning tips around. We’ve put some of the best ones together.
What You Are Going To Need
A dust and web remover, a bucket, a sponge, a squeegee, white vinegar or window cleaner, waste paper, fibre cloth or a chamois and a drying cloth.
Get Rid of Excess Dust
Take down curtains and blinds. Dust corners and get rid of loose dust.
Do a Sponge Wash
After investing in double glazing in Worcester, you are going to want to keep them sparkling. Start by sponging the glass down with a warm and not too soapy solution.
Get Rid of Extra Water
A squeegee drawn down in an S-pattern will do the trick. Keep wiping the blade dry for best results. Now dry it with a fibre cloth or wrung chamois to get the windows completely dry.
Save Window Washing for an Overcast Day
This way the windows won’t dry too quickly. Quick drying will leave streaks. A rainy day will complicate cleaning windows on the outside.
Make It a Bi-Annual Ritual
To keep your investment in double glazing by Firmfix bright and shiny, you should make it a rule to clean your windows at least twice a year. It will make a huge difference to the amount of light that is let into the room. It will also make it easier if the windows don’t get too dirty in between washes.
Home-Made Is Best
You don’t need to invest in very expensive cleaning products to have sparkling windows. With the risks of cancer increasing due to harmful cleaning chemicals used in homes, many families opt for less damaging solutions. Nothing works better than a bucket of water with two table spoons of vinegar when it comes to cleaning windows.
How to Tackle Real Grime
If your windows are extremely dirty or haven’t been cleaned in ages, you might want to add a few table spoons of domestic borax of ammonium to the water and vinegar solution. This should help you get rid of the worst grime.
Buff It Up
Once dry, polish the window with a wad of newspaper. Apparently, the ink is what gives the window an extra sparkle. This step really pays off in terms of satisfaction when you see how sparkling your windows are after a wash.
Original article from Home Design Inspiration website