Cleaning Window Exteriors By Maids In Edison
Windows are the one component of the house you don't notice until they're dirty. Normal windows are easy to clean from the interior of a home, but
they can be very difficult to clean outside especially when they're on an upper floor. Plus, windows with separate or distinct panes pose a variety of,
well, pains during the cleaning process. While your central New Jersey's maids in Edison will keep the interiors sparkling, it's usually your responsibility
to clean the exterior components of windows.
Start with a portable handheld vacuum cleaner. If you don't have one, ask your housekeeping services if you can borrow theirs while they clean your
home. Vacuum gently around the edges of each window to remove cobwebs, large dirt clumps, leaves and other debris. Next, mark the location of
each screen along its rim before removing it from the window frame. By marking discreetly, you'll know where each one belongs without leaving
unsightly residue. Soak the screens in a bathtub filled with warm water and half a cup of laundry detergent, agitating lightly before setting them out to
dry in the sun.
Now that the actual moist cleaning is underway, start with the highest windows first. Use a prepared solution of window cleaner designed for use with a
garden hose to reach the highest windows. Alternatively, you can also use a ladder to reach the higher windows, though this might be unsafe without a
spotter on hand to watch you. Spray each window and follow the directions on the cleaner to ensure that each pane is washed thoroughly without
On first floor windows, or other floors if you plan to use a ladder, mix equal parts vinegar and warm water in a large bucket. This eco-friendly cleaner
will do an excellent job without harming the environment. Use a soft sponge to gently wash the windows, always keeping the sponge moist. To dry the
windows, use a clean rubber squeegee to remove moisture. Work in vertical stripes for maximum effectiveness. Use a glass-safe micro