How To Clean Windows

How to Clean Windows Like a Pro

You don't want to do it, but you appreciate the result of a clean window?

Windows should be cleaned on a regular basis, here are some great tips for cleaning your internal glazing. Save yourself from doing it with scrunched-up paper towels, window cleaner and a lot of elbow grease. Traditionally and throughout the ages we have made our own cleaner: white vinegar mixed with water, and then washing up liquid. In Modern time many companies have devised various window cleaners, in my opinion nothing beats a hands on approach.

How do I clean my windows?

My windows a smearing!

I want a professioanl window cleaner!

A successful approach to cleaning your internal glazing is buying a professional squeegee and t-bar washer, always keep a new rubber blade. Use identical high-quality window cleaning equipment and tools, which are available at popular hardware stores... Don't forget a micro-fibre cloth or scrim, don't forget to wipe the corners!

Follow These Steps when cleaning windows

  1. Clean the window frame. Spray a multipurpose cleaner or wash with soapy water, wipe the frames, sill, and hardware, and wipe clean with a microfiber cloth or scrim

  2. Prep the glass and remove any decals (window stickers)

  3. Spray cleaner onto the glass

  4. Squeegee the clean from side to side or top to bottom

  5. Repeat on the bottom pane and other side if reachable

Sounds complicated? Not got the time to clean your own windows? I understand, our team thoroughly enjoy knowing that our services are convenient and help our client who have busy schedules... and we love cleaning windows!

For more information please contact us on 01908 387243 or visit us at

Shining Windows

6 Lingfield

Stacey Bushes

Milton Keynes


MK12 6HB

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