Clean and sparkling windows can make your office or commercial space look aesthetically pleasing all the time and create conducive working environment.
A professional window cleaning service uses different essential tools to ensure that you will have smudge and dirt-free office windows all the time.
Backpack or Pouch
Expert window cleaners need to carry many tools with them during the cleaning process. A backpack allows them to bring with them all these tools and keep their hands free. A pouch is also a great alternative that can be easily attached to a belt.
It is a type of holster that can hold a T-bar and squeegee. This can be attached to the tool belt and can be used to hold wet window cleaning tools.
A 5-gallon rectangular bucket is the standard bucket used by most window cleaning services.
The tool can effectively get rid of stubborn dirt on windows that a T-bar might not be able to remove.
Gloves are optional window cleaning equipment. However, since it can be a messy job, gloves might be necessary for keeping your hands protected.
Cleaning windows at height will never be possible without using a ladder. It is recommended to use a stable and solid ladder.
Using ladder mitts can help prevent unsightly scratches particularly in buildings with UPVC wall cladding or plastic fascia.
Microfiber Rags or Cloths
Microfiber rags, scrims, or towels are necessary for any window cleaning service. Lint-free options are recommended to prevent unwanted streaks.
Plastic Carrier Bag
Since they will be carrying a lot of dirty cloths when cleaning your office windows, window cleaners will need a plastic carrier bag where they can put these rags in.
A squeegee is a must-have tool to have clean and sparkling windows.
Spare Squeegee Blades or Scraper
The blades can get worn out or damaged over time so it is important to have some spare blades to continue doing the job properly.
A T-bar is the tool that professional window cleaners use for applying cleaning solutions often made up of detergent and water. T-bars are more efficient compared to the use of sponges alone.
Ladder clams are essential for cleaning high windows. These are used to attach a ladder easily to the roof rack of the vehicle that window cleaners use for transporting their window cleaning tools and equipment.
Separate Little Steps
These separate little steps come in handy for cleaning windows on the ground level that don’t need a ladder but are still high to be reached by an average person.
Professional window cleaners all use a tool belt that let them conveniently carry the things they need for the job.
Washing Up Liquid
While it is important to use pure water for cleaning windows, washing up liquid or detergent is necessary to achieve better results.
Jerry cans are also used by window cleaners for carrying clean water that they need for the task.
Window Cleaning Pole
While not as common as other tools, window cleaning poles allow faster and more convenient cleaning of office windows.
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