We all like how clear and clean our windows and doors are upon installation, so we want to try and help you keep them as clean as the day they were installed.
Top tip: Clean your windows on a dull day as the sun can dry the glass too quickly leaving smears.
- Clear the area around your windows – you do not want to get any cleaning fluids on your window dressings or furniture.
- Wipe down the glass clearing any built-up or loose dust, this will ensure you don’t spread dirt around when you start to clean.
- Brush down the frame and cill, don’t forget to also wipe the hinges and handles too. If the corners have a buildup of grime you can use an old toothbrush to clear this.
- Put a towel or newspaper on your internal window boards to collect any excess liquid, a buildup of liquid can damage the wood or surrounding plaster.
- Spray the glass with glass cleaner (you can purchase a glass cleaning kit directly from us). Using a soft sponge rub away any dirt, it is best to wipe the glass in a circular motion moving across the entire surface.
- Dry the glass with glass a squeegee as quickly as you can, start from the top corner and make a singular stroke downwards.
- Wipe with a dry cloth, you can then buff the glass with scrunched up newspaper or a dry microfiber clot, this will make any remaining streaks disappear.
- Lastly, wipe down the glazing bead (edges of the glass to eliminate any extra cleaning fluid, and your glass will gleam.