Windows appears to be fine and superlative if they are clean. Cleaning should be done regularly, at least twice a year.
Given below are some useful techniques for cleaning a window:
Clean one part of a window with the horizontal strokes and the other part with the vertical strokes. By doing this, you can identify which area of the window has a streak.
To steer clear of streaks on a large window, employ squeegee. Situate it at the top of the window and pull it down effortlessly. The trick for no streaks with the squeegee is introducing a dry rubber blade on the dry window.
Bring a flexible toothbrush or cotton swab in use to clean the corners.
To give a superfluous shine to the window glass, polish it with well-washed cotton T-shirts or old cloth diapers. Or else rub a clean blackboard eraser over a freshly rinsed and dried out window to furnish it a brilliant shine.
Polishing windows with the wrinkled newspaper will provide a luminous shine. Besides, it leaves a film that is resistant to dirt.
When you have to clean the soil, grease, or the other debris from your window panes, use a product such as baking soda, ammonia, or washing soda.
Make sure that you dry out your windows in one direction only, leftwards or rightwards, as mingling of the direction will not give a tidy look.
If you are cleaning the window sills, scrape the entire surface through the wet cloth sprayed with alcohol so that all the spots get cleared.
By following these tips, you can view the world from a clean perspective, which will come into sight as rose-tinted glasses.