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Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by Ryan1, Nov 16, 2013.

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  1. Ryan1

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    Hi guys what's best way to clean inside windows without water going everywhere and without using ladders for the high windows?
     
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  2. Eclipse

    Eclipse Well-Known Member
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    Squeegee and windwash.
     
  3. Ryan1

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    Windwash?
     
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    Eclipse Well-Known Member
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    Applicator, commonly called a windwash.
     
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    I'v been using a applicator and squeegee but I find it messy and hard to do at high. Any ideas what other methods I can use?
     
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    I do loads of insides and always use just an applicator and squeegee. Make sure you squeeze your applicator out so its not too wet. You could use a sprayer filled with water and a bit of fairy. Whichever way, it shouldnt get messy.
     
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    This^ is pretty much what I do for insides now, keeps the mess right down. Get a spray bottle, give it a 2 second squirt of ecover, then add about the same amount of white vinegar, and top with water. Its cheap, lasts ages, and gives good results.
     
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    'Wagtail Combi', an 'Angle Arm on a Pole' and a 'Sprayer and a BOAB' (Bucket On A Belt).

    Spray the Combi's Pad with the sprayer...wash window...flip-the-pad....squeegy window......bish-bash-bosh.....job done :Image7: .

    No need to carry a bucket of water sloshing around this way either :Image9: .
     
  9. Ryan1

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    Brilliant thanks guys for your help :)
     
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