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Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by M.K Cleaners.co.uk, Sep 11, 2012.
Whats the best thing product for it?
Two chemicals come to mind Crystal Clear 550 and One Restore.
These are the last two that is used before having to use a machine.
But before you go getting some you should know how to use these chemicals.
Read up on these types of chemicals before using them.
Not much to read to be honest, Just your standard stuff. Well thats was for Crystal Clear. Ive heard this metioned a few times now
Has anyone tried the ettore spot remover?
I've still got the Ettore pot in the van. Save your money, go to Tesco and buy a product called Vikal. We use this on the cleaning side. Good stuff, costs about £3.
Have you used it only bad windows Jamie? I was doing a couple of houses last week and I wonder sometimes why they bother getting them cleaned as they are absolutely covered in hard water stains?
I have a customer with one really bad window, I've tried Vikal, MDR and bi carb / vinegar, it's all ****, would be cheaper and quicker to put a brick through it. I'm giving up on it if my sander doesn't work.
I have used a product called :- kilrock. It comes in a liquid spray and a paint on gel. The spray is fantastic of getting limescale off but the gel is good on windows but not tried them on a large area just the of spots
Heres a video showing One restore how it is used.
Because the video is little old it was called Safe Restore same chemical different name.
SafeRestore Oxidation Test
I've heard about the us product Spot-X Glass Restorer, which is supposed to be tough enough for most stubborn hard water spots. it is a bi expensive(13-14£) but i guess it is worthed if it works