If you’re looking to clean your dirty reflective windows, chances are that you require professional help or you’re seeking necessary information on how to clean it yourself. Most of the times windows get dirty due to accumulation of soot and grime from dust and moisture condensation.
By following cleaning procedures and recommendations, not only will you attain your desired cleanliness but also ensure your safety on application as per industry safety requirements. So to find a solution to your unpleasant dirty windows you will need to follow the instructions outlined below.
-Ensure that you have gathered all the necessary supplies such as distilled water, sponge or microfiber cloth, soft toothbrush, a bowl or a spray bottle, and white vinegar.
-Just in case you’re cleaning window that is made of wooden windowsills and should relate a tower on the windowsills to prevent absorption of water by the windowsills.
-Using the bowl, form a solution by mixing the ratio of white vinegar to water as 1:4 respectively.
-After mixing the solution, dip the sponge or microfiber cloth in the cleaning solution and wring out excess fluid.
-Wipe the surface of the glass in in a circular motion if you’re cleaning on the inside of the glass window. If cleaning on the outside, the best way to avoid streaks, is to wipe up-and-down followed by horizontal swipes.
-Clean the corners or the edges of the glass window with a soft toothbrush.
-Finally, polish the surface of the glass window using a crumpled newspaper.