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aadiwilliams

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For window cleaning it is better to hire cleaning professionals as DIY is quite dangerous sometimes.
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Wipe very dirty windows with a damp cloth. Don't rub dirt because it will scratch the glass. A vacuum cleaner with an attachment will work for this job, too. With a clean sponge or cloth lightly wet the window. Don't flood it! When using a squeegee, tilt at an angle to the glass, so only about one-inch of the rubber blade presses lightly against the top of the window glass.
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Vinegar and Water - Another proven window cleaning tip is to dilute your vinegar with water to a ratio of 1:4 (if you use 200ml of vinegar dilute it with 800ml of water). Pour the mixture into a spray bottle and buff with crumpled up newspaper for a perfect shine.

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To give an extra shine to window glass, polish it with well-washed cotton T-shirts or old cloth diapers. Or rub a clean blackboard eraser over a freshly washed and dried window to give it a diamond-bright shine.
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all the tips are quite useful, if you are looking for a complete window cleaning solution then there are robots that can help you to clean the windows. These are usually used in those buildings where huge amount of glass has been used over the outer structure of the building.
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Window cleaning is very necessary due to many reasons like cleaned window gives better sunlight,dirt free windows give fresh air,so its very important to keep the windows clean.

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Clean windows can actually make you feel better! Studies have shown that people that had their windows cleaned on a regular basis generally felt better about themselves and their surroundings - and those that let their windows get dirty and difficult to see out of, felt depressed and were not as happy as
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Mix 2 cups of water, 1/4 cup of white distilled vinegar, and up to 1/2 teaspoon of liquid soap or detergent in a spray bottle.Spray it on window pane while cleaning it,and then use squeegee to remove all the stains on it,rinse it well at the end.
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Expert window washers use a focus and water along with a wash-mitt, squeeze, and a towel for drips. The results trounce the heck out of Windex and paper towels......
 

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Yes it is your responsibility ,just like everyone saying this window cleaning reminds me of my home in Finland country where i did not only clean the window but also the whole house,but the whole house clean by an cleaning maintenance or cleaning service at http://www.aton.fi/ where they are really doing a quality job.
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For me i think it is the owner responsibility but you have an responsibility too cause you live in the house.
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It's always better to use a professional cleaner when it comes to window cleaning. It can be quite dangerous even if the height is not that great. But if you're going to DIY it anyway the best tips is to wipe it with a newspaper afterwards. It creates a protective layer which will keep your windows clean for quite a while.
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Window cleaning is essential. Cleaning services are available on-line. At home you can easily clean windows on your own with cleaning solutions.
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