Think the Outside of Your Windows is the Only Part Needing Cleaning? Think Again

Think the Outside of Your Windows is the Only Part Needing Cleaning? Think Again

dirt in window sill

An example of dirty water after the glass has been cleaned

Outside windows tend to get dirty, and look dirty much sooner than the inside windows of your home. The outside windows are subjected to the elements such as airborne dirt, allergens, and pollen. Well what about the inside of the windows? It’s the same problem as the outside; dirt and allergens can get in and cling to the window.

 

These photos show pure, clean water that, when applied to the inside glass, turned black from removing the dirt, allergens, pollen and whatever else was on there. I let the black water pool at the bottom of the track for these photos to show just how dirty the water can be and thus how much ‘dirt’ was on that inside glass before our indoor window cleaning.

dirty water from window washing

Allergens, pollen, and dirt turn the water black

 

My Window Guys recommends every 12 to 14 months to have the inside windows cleaned and detailed to prevent dirty build up. The exception to this general rule is the sliding glass door and front door, or any window that is frequently used in the day to day operation of your home. Our pure, clean water method is the very best at cleaning glass. In fact, cleaning glass with purified water means fingerprints come off with a dry, lint free cloth, so you can spot clean easier and enjoy clean glass longer. Call us today for a free home audit of all your windows!

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