Whether it’s greasy fingerprints on the inside or stubborn dirt on the outside: cleaning the windows is physically and time-consuming. Reason enough for many not to clean the window too regularly. Of course it still has to be from time to time and that’s why there are practical tips here to make your work easier.

The frequency is always at personal discretion. The fact is that especially in spring and summer, windows get dirty more quickly due to pollen and pollen. But even apartments that are on busy roads have to contend with exhaust fumes and dust, which quickly settle on the window panes. Basically, you should clean when the windows seem too dirty to you. The more regularly you clean, the less stubborn the dirt and the easier it is to remove.

Before you start cleaning the window, you should consider these practical tips.

Windows can get more dirty from the outside due to weather and animals than from the inside. Start cleaning the windows by using a broom to remove coarse dirt such as cobwebs, pollen or dust from the glass. If bird droppings are still stuck to the pane, you can use a window scraper to help. However, be careful not to scratch the glass.

Window squeegees and cleaning cloths made of cotton or microfiber are often used. The glass cleaner is spread over the dirty window with a sponge and then removed with the squeegee. This is to get the dirt off the disc. To avoid streaks and streaks on the glass, a cleaning cloth comes next. Sustainable cleaning cloths made of bamboo work particularly well.

As far as technique goes, work your way up in circular motions from top to bottom and inside out. Place the puller horizontally and pull it through in one go without stopping. At the end of each lane, wipe with a damp cloth. Then the dry bamboo cloth is used to wipe the pane dry.

Cleaning by hand can be tedious and leave unsightly streaks and streaks. If you want to save time and energy, you can try this handy window vacuum. The device works electrically, all you have to do is spread the cleaning agent on the window with the supplied spray bottle and sponge combination. Then it’s the turn of the window vacuum and sucks the cleaning water off the pane. You can use the device inside and outside or on mirrors and other smooth surfaces. There is no annoying power cable, the vacuum cleaner has a built-in battery. The purchase incurs costs, but can be worthwhile for anyone who does not feel like cleaning classic windows and would like to save time and nerves.

If you want to do without chemical cleaners, you can use effective home remedies. These three ideas do without chemicals and are kind to the skin and the environment.

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