Black & White, Professional Window Cleaning in Gold Coast, Brisbane, & Sunshine Coast
Window cleaning unlike other cleaning tasks, often require a lot of attention, this attributable largely to their fragile nature. The littlest of errors and you could end up with a broken or badly streaked window. How then does one avoid this?
How to professionally clean a window
First ensure you have all the appropriate tools
For windows on floors above one-storey we have Deionized Water Window Washing Systems.
Spray bottles and rags, although widely used, are often not effective window cleaning equipment. In direct sunlight it is impossible to have a uniform reflection on glass cleaned using spray bottles and rags. Rubber-edged squeegees are recommended, and these come in all shapes and sizes, and when used properly, leave perfectly even reflections.
Other equipment such as appropriate window cleaning buckets, window washers, scrapers, amongst others are also recommended.
Pick the right cleaning solution
Often, this will not be your regular dish-washing liquid. Choose something with the best ability to cut through grease and grime, especially when dealing with dirty windows.
A low foaming cleaning solution is preferable to this end.
Choose the right time of day to do window cleaning
Cloudy days, early in the morning before the sun is hot, and late in the evening after the sun has gone down, are recommended for window cleaning activities, to avoid streaking and or breaking of glass.
They also provide the best working conditions as most windows being made of glass are bound to reflect light and heat which may give rise to very uncomfortable working conditions under a hot sun.
Black & White Professional Window Cleaning in the Gold Coast, Brisbane, & Sunshine Coast
For professional window cleaning services for any of the following
- Single and multi-storey residential properties up to 4 stories
- High-rise buildings and office complexes up to 4 stories
- Schools and education facilities
- Medical and allied health facilities
- Shop fronts
- Bars, cafes and restaurants
- Gyms and sporting facilities