Best Window Cleaners for the Job
Window cleaners come in all shapes and sizes. Some are cheap and some are expensive. But which one is the best for the job? Here are our best window cleaners for the job!
Water and a squeegee:
For the do-it-yourselfer who just wants to leave his or her windows unadulterated by external substances, this is probably your best bet for making them sparkling clean with little effort. Fill a bucket with some water (some people use window cleaner) and take a squeegee (you can make one out of hard plastic; it will last longer but requires more elbow grease), and you’re good to go!
If you don’t want to deal with filling up a bucket or having your hands wet, glass cleaners are the perfect choice for you because they come in spray bottles and don’t require much work on your part at all. All you have to do is spray it on, wipe off the excess with a towel or microfiber cloth, and viola! You have some very clean transparent surfaces.
Who needs a lot of equipment when a few simple tools can get the same effect? Yes, paper towels will get your windows squeaky clean if you have nothing else! Just keep some on hand for emergencies and large-scale cleaning sessions.
A squeegee with a handle:
This is probably the most versatile window cleaner out there, especially for homeowners who want something more than just water in their bucket. A squeegee may require some elbow grease (you may need to buy an extension handle to make it easier), but once you’ve got one you will be able to clean your windows with little trouble.
A squeegee with a pole:
This is the same idea as the one above, but instead of requiring elbow grease, this invention requires that you use two hands – well worth it for those who are not used to using their arms for long periods of time! It may take some practice before getting your technique down pat, but once you do you can expect perfect results every time.
One of our top window cleaning tools for the job is a squeegee with a handle! A simple idea that’s perfect for homeowners, this device may require some elbow grease but once you’ve got one your windows will be sparkling clean in no time at all. Enlist the help of family and friends to reach those hard-to-reach places or use an extension handle to make it easier on yourself!
So, there you have it! There are plenty of other products out there, but these are the most common and easy to use. If you’d like your windows to shine with less effort, look no further than one of these tools. You won’t regret it!
It’s important to remember that if you clean your windows yourself, only clean the parts of them you can reach with a squeegee. The part above eye level should be cleaned by a window washer or window cleaner – it is very dangerous for untrained people to try and clean such high surfaces themselves.
If there are any other tools out there that could help homeroom teachers and students keep their windows squeaky clean, please leave them in the comments below so we can all benefit from your knowledge!