When handling any kind of cleaning solution, it’s also important for DIYers to take proper precautions and wear protective gear such as gloves and eye protection when using any type of strong chemical cleaner. Failure to do so could result in skin burns or breathing difficulties if there is an accidental spill. There’s no shortage of “DIY window cleaning solutions” on the web, and many of them contain harmful chemicals. Be careful to only with proven formulas, or reach out to the pros (that’s us!) and we’ll provide some free consultation.
If you decide to go ahead with DIY window washing, make sure you have the right supplies and techniques. Start with a clean microfiber cloth or a soft sponge to reduce the risk of scratches. Use warm soapy water and don’t forget to thoroughly rinse off any residue that may be left behind. Also, make sure you use an extendable window cleaning brush and pole for those hard-to-reach areas. Don’t overextend or leave yourself vulnerable atop a wobbly ladder. We’ve all heard horror stories, and safety is of the utmost priority.
Finally, if you are not comfortable working at height, it’s best to leave this job to experienced professionals, like those you’ll find at Platinum Window Cleaning, who have the right training and equipment to ensure your safety while washing windows. Not only will they take the necessary precautions when using chemicals but also use proper ladders and other tools for safe access. This way, you can rest assured that your windows will be sparkling clean without any risks.