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Which cloths to use for cleaning glass and windows

Cleaning is part of our everyday life. We clean ourselves by taking a bath, and taking a shower. We soap ourselves and put some shampoo to cleanse our hair. Then when we clean our teeth, we use a toothbrush and toothpaste.

Similarly, when we clean our windows, we use squeegees to cleanse our windows. But without window cleaning cloths, our windows won’t be so squeaky clean after all.

Window cleaning cloths are used to wipe off some of the residue that is left in the surface of the window. Some areas can’t be wiped out with the squeegee because of its shape and flexibility. This is why cloths are needed to finish off the task.

But there are times when we don’t need to use a lot of materials for cleaning. There are other alternatives in scouring dirt instead of the usual way of cleansing windows. More so, if it’s only in your home with no high rise type of windows to tackle.

Microfibre Cloths

window cleaning scrimCleaning is much easier when you clean with a microfibre cloth. Microfiber cleaning cloths are made from very fine fibers that are super absorbent. If members of your household have allergies to cleaning products, or if you just don’t like to use chemicals, the microfiber cloths are perfect for you because all you do is add hot water to your cloth to clean almost everything in your home, car or office.

And most importantly, microfiber cloths are also used as window cleaning cloths. This is suitable for removing streak lines and residues on your windows. This method will save you money.

There are many cloths that can be used as a window cleaning cloths. No more expensive glass cleaners and chemicals that streak and smear your glass! No more costly paper towels that leave lint everywhere!! These natural rayon cloths (30cm x 32cm) are machine washable and last up to 1 year with regular household use.

Not just Glass but All-sorts

Window cloths or scrims will leave your windows and mirrors spotlessly clean and streak and lint free when used as directed. Great for glass tabletops, black glass appliances, clear shower stall doors and brass fixtures, automobiles (even black!), tinted windows, hard plastics, Plexiglas, LEXAN, and more.

Although, window cleaning cloths can be used as a window cleaner tool, this might be difficult for hard to reach areas within your home. Windows near the ceiling can’t be wiped clean because you would need to get close to the surface before you can actually wipe the dirt off. A squeegee with along pole will do the job efficiently.

So for you homeowners, you take your pick. Choose the window cleaning rag of your choice and start cleaning!

For more help on how to clean your windows, take a look at this simple Martha Stewart video, we are sure you will find some helpful tips or you can save yourself a job and get us to clean them for you each month.  Use the contact us form to get a free window cleaning quote and see how we can make your life a little easier.