Windows are the eyes of your home and they affect the way we feel and also what we see. As your windows dull and become dirty, so can your outlook on life.
On the other hand, sparkling clean windows can energize you and give the impression that your home is freshly painted. The Blue Rain Window Cleaning Method is used by the Pro’s and it extends the time between cleans for anywhere up to 6 long months!
Blue Rain Window Cleaning Method
via Clear Windows
In the infographic above, you can see how to not only clean your windows but keep them streak-free and clean for up to 6 months. Calling their technique The Blue Rain Window Cleaning Method. The recipe is made up of Blue Dawn dish soap and Rain-X which is a cleaner made for windshields.
The magic is the result of the Rain-X, which repels dirt, water, and grime on your windows. The reason your windows dirty up so quickly is due to the harsh rain spots. This method repels the rain so it literally trickles right off the window!
Blue Rain Window Cleaning Method Instructions
1. The first thing that you need to do is wash your windows with the dish soap. We have posted a helpful video below that shows you how to wash windows like a Pro using a microfibre cloth squeegee.
If you can’t get one of those, you can use a regular cloth and bucket. You will have to put in a little more elbow grease though to get those streaks out.
2. Now spray all your outdoor windows with Rain-X Original. You can use a cloth or newspaper as they recommend, or use a squeegee.
3. Now that you’ve washed up the outside of your windows, you’ll want to repeat on the inside. You’ll wash them with dish soap, just as you did the outside.
Using the Rain-X 2-in-1 repellant, which is safer to use inside, you can easily get the same protection on both sides of the window.
This Blue Rain Window Cleaning Method takes no longer than the traditional way of cleaning your windows with soap and water.
How To Clean Windows Like A Pro Video
via This Old House, Youtube.
You’ll have gorgeous, streak-free windows without having to scrub them down every week. As mentioned earlier in our post, they say that they will last this way up to 6 months.
Learning how to get Pro results is best learned from the Professionals. Today, we are sharing a video tutorial from Gary Jalowka who earns his income from cleaning windows. To say he knows his stuff is an understatement.
The devil as always is in the detail and it is those finer finishing touches that give a great overall result. Click Play above to watch Gary now ^