The summertime heat in the Mojave Desert can make it difficult to give your windows a thorough cleaning, and the August monsoon season can make windows especially dirty with water spots, mineral deposits and outdoor dirt. Add to the natural elements the effects of spiders, insects, pets, dust, children and other causes of dirt and filth in window sills and inside homes, and windows typically need a good cleaning at the end of summer and before the winter weather sets in and brings more potentially bad weather with it.
Warm, Mildly Soapy Water Works Wonders
One of the best cleaning agents for your windows is a bucket of warm water with some mild dish soap in it. A whisk broom or even a standard broom can help to knock down any a sponge to wipe down the windowsills and get rid of any spider webs or other items that need to be removed. Wiping down the sills and windows with the warm, wet sponge will loosen and remove any dust, dirt, cobwebs and other materials that generally build up over the hot summer months when it’s too hot outside to stand in a window and clean up the unwanted mess from spiders and other sources.
Professional Window Cleaning Speeds Up the Process
Whether cleaning your indoor or outdoor windows, it helps to have professional window cleaners bring their advanced equipment and give your windows the thorough cleaning they need to keep them looking great inside and out. Depending on how many windows you have to clean and how many stories your home is, a professional window cleaner or cleaning crew can get your windows spotless and looking their absolute best in just a couple of hours on most afternoons. The results will be clear, bright windows that will maximize your light exposure during the winter months.
What steps do you take to clean your windows when summer ends?