Following all the snow that we have endured, it’s a good idea to give your windows a good clean to remove all the dirt and grime that may have built up over the winter months.
However, most houses have a vast variety of commercial cleaning supplies under their sink, but how many have a product suitable for window cleaning?
The truth is you don’t need to search every supermarket shelf for a window cleaner that promises sparkling results. Instead you can follow these simple window cleaning tips on how to make your own window cleaning product.
Things You Will Need
1 cup rubbing alcohol1 tablespoon white vinegar1 cup water1 spray bottleRubbing alcohol evaporates and leaves behind no residue, which not only makes it perfect for window cleaning, but you can also clean your mirrors and put a shine back into your chrome fixtures and stainless steel.
Mix the ingredients into a spray bottle, apply to the glass or frames and wipe down with an old newspaper for a streak-free finish.
This is a far cheaper and often more effective way of home window cleaning. However, it requires a lot of time and elbow grease, and if you’re not comfortable climbing ladders, then you’ll neglect the windows on the top floor of your house.
You could call a window cleaning company London to do the job for you. Their professional window cleaners use state of the art equipment that allows them to clean even the highest windows with their feet firmly on the ground.
If you would like to learn more about window cleaning London or any of the variety of cleaning services, feel free to contact window cleaning company London.
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