Kristin, post very information and interesting information on the art of washing windows. Stop by to see Kristen they are always interesting.
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I recently received an email regarding 3 ways to washing windows better, and I thought I would share it with you.
1. You might think hot, sunny days would be best for washing. But, glaring sun keeps you from seeing well enough to do a good job. And, heat makes window-cleaning solution evaporate faster than you can wipe it off, which leaves streaks. Rule of thumb? Touch the glass. If it's hot, wait for a cooler day.
2. You know how the automatic car wash rinses off your vehicle before spraying on the suds? Use that same technique on your window sills to loosen dirt and debris before washing. Pull back the curtains and dust or vacuum the interior side of the windows. Then, hose down the exterior. Now you're ready to get out the cleaning solution.
3. Paper towels leave behind lint, so they aren't ideal for drying glass. Instead, use one of these lint-free options: clean coffee filters, crumpled newsprint, or a microfiber or flour sack towel. Some people swear by small squeegees, but like windshield wipers, their rubber blades need to be kept sharp and nick-free to get flawless results.
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