Cleaning windows takes a simple bucket of cleaning solution, sponge scrubber and a squeegee (scraping tool with rubber-edged blade set on a handle), but people generally do not love this task as they have to deal with dripping water, washed dirt, newspaper wads and whatever; therefore, here are some good and effective steps to clean windows efficiently and quickly, making the task less burdensome.
Basically, Terrell Hills Pressure Washing technique applies two stages of cleaning: the pre-cleaning stage, which entails cleaning stubborn stains; removing stickers and decals, if any; removal and cleaning of window screens; rinsing dirt and debris from the outside windows; vacuuming dust from the inside windows, and the cleaning stage of the inside and outside part of the windows.
Stubborn stains found on outside windows are a result of having the windows exposed to rain water runoff, bird droppings, and natural elements as an outcome from inclement weather, such as dirt and debris, so, here are some practical options to try to clean these stubborn stains: using a mineral deposit removing cleaner; spray pure vinegar and let it sit for 5 minutes and proceed with regular cleaning; concoct a paste using water and oxalic acid and apply to stained area; using a razor to crusty stains to scrape them off.
If there are left behind stickers which the children used to decorate the windows or purposely placed decals to prevent birds from flying over the windows, you may try this technique in removing the stickers or decals: spray some water to the sticker or decal and allow water to be absorbed for a few minutes, and using a squeegee, scrape gently the sticker or decal and wipe them off with a towel.
Here are methods to clean window screens: they should be first removed from their places, vacuumed from dust and dirt, then clean properly applying this method: spray water on the screen, using a clean cloth or sponge wipe the screens with warm water mixed with a light amount of vinegar or dish soap, and, finally, air-dry them before installing back to the windows.
Here are some techniques to remove deposited dirt and debris left outside the windows: use a garden hose to rinse them away from the windows and panes or use a clean cloth and water to wipe them away or use a pressure washer at a low setting to rinse them off.
Before cleaning the inside windows, vacuum or dust them first, then place a large towel on the bottom part to catch any water spills when applying the cleaning process.
Cleaning the outside and inside windows, which is the second stage on window cleaning, covers the following: preparing the tools to be used; preparing the cleaning solution; cleaning the windows; and wiping the windows.
Prepare first the tools needed for cleaning the windows, such as sponge, rubber squeegee, clean cloth, absorbent microfiber cloth, bucket filled with cleaning solution, large towel, and then prepare the cleaning solution, following these instructions: for every 2 gallons of water mixed with 1 teaspoon of dishwashing liquid or you can have equal parts water and vinegar or a mixture of one-fourth cup of rubbing alcohol and vinegar, 1 tablespoon cornstarch and 2 cups of water.
To clean the windows, dip a sponge into the Terrell Hills Window Cleaning solution and start wiping off the dirt and you can use a special extension pole for cleaning high windows, rinse with water, then wring out the excess water using the rubber blade by wiping the window horizontally and seeing to it that a large towel is placed at the bottom to catch the spills, and wipe dry with a clean cloth, and allow windows to dry.