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Do bathroom windows and side of conservatories etc require a rinse after clean if frosted? Spotting won't show right? Please advise, many thanks x

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I assume you charged as if it were a normal clean? So treat it as any other window, clean it and rinse it. 

Maintain a professional service even if the customer cant see it, you will know you did a good job.

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Neil.. Lancashire

Some side windows get really dirty,

But you should generally be able to do them quicker.

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2 hours ago, Iron Giant said:

Can't believe the question is actually been asked.

HI HO SILVER 

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Yes there are a few cowboys about.

I picked up the window cleaning of a Church hall a couple of years ago and this is done traditional by myself every 3 months.

All 4 sides of building have glass up and down and the last part I do has just frosted at the tops and when I done it for first time I could not believe how much dirt and grime was on windows compared to the see through glass,  It was very apparent that previous window cleaner just flipped them with a complete miss as probably had the attitude the dirt won't be seen on frosted.  Complete cowboys and maybe reason they lost job.  Ok I am traditional since 1984 and maybe WFP window cleaners that have gradually surfaced in my area may look down their noses at my ladder methods but you can still do a decent and honest job traditionally with the experience gained over the years.

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