How Can I Keep My Windows Clean Between Visits?
It seems like just yesterday your wonderful BCS window cleaner left with a halo round his head and a spring in his step, with your windows sparkling like diamonds.
And then it rained.
You don’t want to call us out again but you’d also like to be able to see out of your windows. There must be a solution…..
And hooray, yes there is! And it’s not heavy on elbow grease. In fact, no grease is involved at all, elbow or otherwise.
Simply grab that soft, fiberless cloth that you knew you bought for a reason but has been hanging out with the shoe polish in the back of your cleaning cupboard, a small mug of plain old white vinegar or rubbing alcohol, and then simply dip, dab, drag and drop.
– DIP your cloth in the vinegar or rubbing alcohol.
– DAB on to your drip-encrusted window pane.
– DRAG the cloth across the surface.
– DROP the cloth back into its hiding place in the cleaning cupboard.
It’s really that simple. Humble vinegar and rubbing alcohol both cut through hard water deposits or dirt like a knife through a buttery croissant, which you will soon be enjoying while gazing lovingly through your back-to-sparkling windows.
And of course, when the winds blow and the rain lashes, your wonderful BCS window cleaner will come charging back to restore your panes to glistening perfection once more. Just give us a call at 801 561 1730 to schedule your thorough cleaning.
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Greater Salt Lake City Area
Park City & Summit County
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