All About Window Cleaning Supplies and Equipment
During my long history of commercial and home window cleaning, I have seen so many different technological advances that have completely changed the way things work. You can consider the best home window cleaning for your house to make dust-free.
Even in daylight, the window cleaner is seen as a “boy with a bucket”, an expression that comes from the act of walking around with the help of a cleaning lady next to the bucket. Almost anyone can become a window cleaner just by buying, investing $100 in basic supplies, walking around, and knocking on the door providing a service. Today, with the ever-evolving technology of window cleaning technology, it is no longer so obvious.
We’ll cover the different approaches to cleaning and how they can affect your business, but let’s get into window cleaning tools first. Unlike 20 years ago, window cleaners now have access to modern equipment, including water filtration systems, water-powered rods, scalars, and more. Effective use of these devices not only increases the efficiency of your work but also minimizes it; if not completely eliminated, the hazards associated with working with stairs at heights, especially on uneven terrain.
The water filtration system removes minerals, sludge, and other particles from your regular tap water. Many people may only have experience with similar systems in our homes, but these systems are designed to be portable so you can filter water on-site at any time. Some window cleaners choose to store filtered water in a tank for later use or simply adjust the outlet by increasing and decreasing pressure via an external pump, others plug it straight in for use and rely solely on external water pressure at work.
The second stage is a water-supply brush, which is mounted on a pole, also called an extension pole for window cleaning. The brush is specially designed for scrubbing windows and the stem is made of very light material. It is believed that these extension poles can exceed a distance of 70 feet and can be easily modified to work around nooks and crannies that the operator may not see at ground level, and can be easily operated on uneven terrain.