Get your windows sparkling clean without teetering on ladders with this kit from Mr. Siga. It includes a wide silicone squeegee and microfiber towels that can be used on almost any glass surface.
Fitted with ‘blank’ BASE JETS to add water under the brush for a better DOWN-STROKE (acts like a squeegee) – AGITATION = LESS STREAMES. This translates to faster cleaning times and higher hourly rates!
A squeegee is one of the best window cleaning tools for getting your glass and windows looking clean. Instead of using paper towels that are expensive, wasteful and can leave streaks, a squeegee quickly removes all the water and cleaning solution from your windows leaving them clean and shiny.
To use a squeegee, first wet the surface of the window with water or cleaning spray. Then run the squeegee over the wet surface, wiping down the blade between strokes. Be sure to overlap each previous stroke with the next to prevent any streaks from forming.
If you are washing windows that are high off the ground, look for a squeegee with an adjustable handle. This will allow you to get your windows clean without having to climb a ladder. To help keep your squeegee in top condition, rinse it regularly with clean water and wipe it down before storage. It is also a good idea to store the squeegee indoors to avoid freezing temperatures that can shorten its flexible blade.
2. Microfiber Towels
You can’t achieve a streak-free shine without a quality cleaning towel. Microfiber towels are the best choice, as they’re naturally lint-free and highly absorbent. Unlike paper towels, they’ll never leave globs of disintegrating paper behind. They’re also ideal for wiping away excess cleaner, so you don’t risk dripping it onto furniture or floors below.
Microfiber cloths are also great for wiping mirrors and shower doors, and they can even power through hard water stains and soap scum on tile surfaces. You can buy them individually or in a kit with a squeegee and scrub brush.
A telescoping window cleaner is an excellent tool for reaching high windows or awkward conservatory panes. Its squeegee head rotates and extends up to three metres, and it can be fitted with a variety of sleeves for different jobs. There are even scrubbers with bronze wool for scrubbing stubborn build-up. The sleeve and scrubber can also be fitted with a sprayer to apply liquid glass cleaner with ease.
3. Cotton Swabs
Cleaning windows can be difficult, time-consuming, and downright dangerous if you don’t have the right tools. A flimsy extension pole can snap under pressure and leave your windows cracked or scratched, while substandard cleaning products or techniques will leave you with streaks or smudges.
HOPE’s Perfect Glass lives up to its name, shining your windows without streaking and requiring less effort than other cleaners we’ve tested. Its unique formula uses alcohol to clean, which evaporates quickly and leaves your window sparkling.
A telescopic washing brush is an excellent investment for professionals, allowing them to reach hard-to-reach windows and panes from ground level without the risk of injury or breakage. A quality product has a strong base, sturdy handle, and extendable arm to ensure your work is safe and effective. It also comes with a wash bucket for easy refilling and a squeegee holder to prevent damage. It can be used on a variety of surfaces, from chrome and stainless to enamel and stone.