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The Proper Way
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We prefer to use Dawn dish detergent. Either the regular, or the concentrated 2x type, it doesn’t matter. We don’t have a scientific method when it comes to the soap-to-water ratio, however, we attempt to put around 20 swirls of soap per 5 gallon bucket of water. Either this, or until the liquid is sudsy enough for the water to adhere to the window and work its way into the window.
This combination of soap and water is perfect or either residential, or commercial homes. Although it may seem as if the detergent and water might stick to the window after taking a squeegee to it, or that it would simply make a bigger mess of the glass, in reality it leaves the window looking shiny and clear, as if it were brand new. This mixture doens’t take of mineral stains, and there’s not much you can do about the buildup of dust and stains inside of storm windows, your glass will look pristine once it has been properly scrubbed and squeegeed.
Feel free to comment if you have any questions about the soap, squeegees, scrubbers, or overall questions involving window cleaning tips, and we will do our best to respond quickly and efficently!