Vinegar

Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by tobyswindowcleaning, Jul 23, 2016.

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  1. tobyswindowcleaning

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    What are the benefits of using vinegar in your cleaning solution? I personally just use a touch of original fairy liquid and I'm good, but I'm just curious as I've only ever known vinegar to go on chips!


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  2. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    It is quite a good de-greaser so a dash in your trad solution will help cut through the yellow pollen spots and insect crud quicker but not that much quicker.
     
  3. tobyswindowcleaning

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    I'm having trouble posting on this site I can't see how to do it.. Your question may help with mine.. I have a new clean & they had 5 large sliding doors fitted but on the glass is still the ring marks of the sucker pads they used to fit the windows in... Anyone know a solution.. I used methylation spirit & a pad but had no luck

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  5. David K

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    I use ammonia , it stinks but eats all grease and nicotine . Got a solution in my spraybottle . Then just adding if needed .
     
  6. tobyswindowcleaning

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    Matt Barnett things like that I set the glass as normal and then rub it off with my scrim, works 99% of the time. Then wet and squeegee after


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    Porcupine is brilliant, use it on all first cleans and it does a great job of getting 99% of whatevers on the windows off
     
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