Hi everyone, Neither on this website nor anywhere else on the Internet have I found too much info about how warm the cleaning solution for the trad window cleaning should optimally be. From the common sense point of view, a beginner like myself would think that the solution should be quite warm because warm water has certainly more power than cold water to help displace particles of resistant dirt during the application of mop on the glass pane. But on the other hand, few months ago someone also expressed concerns about the impact of hot summer weather on the soft rubber blades on squeegees. So now I am not quite sure whether the hot cleaning solution couldn't compromise the rubber blade performance at least so much as the hot weather would do, and I am very unsure about the cleaning solution's best temperature. Any expert advice on this issue will be most appreciated.