Introduction:

Water fed pole (WFP) window cleaning has been around for many years, however it is only over the last few years it has become more widely used as the preferred method by window cleaners and their customers. Traditional methods are being used less and less by window cleaners as they find the overall safety ,flexibility and overall cleaning results of using pure water fed through a pole and brush is much more superior by far.

How does it clean my windows?

Tap water when purified does not like being pure and it strives to return to its impure state. When the pure water is used in conjunction with the water fed pole brush to clean your windows the pure water absorbs dirt particles from the glass thus aiding the cleaning process. Because of the cleaning strength of pure water we do not need to use any cleaning detergents on the windows. Unlike some chemicals used to clean, pure water is environmentally friendly, as a result there is no damage to grass and plants on your property or premises.

Because this final rinse is with purified water, there's no need to squeegee the water off. It can be simply left to dry, leaving a streak-free finish.


Cleaner for longer:

When using traditional window cleaning methods, a thin film of detergent is left on the window after squeegeeing. Being detergent, it attracts dirt to itself, meaning that your windows get dirty again quickly. With pure water cleaning, no detergent is used, so no deposit is left behind to attract dirt. This means your windows actually stay cleaner for longer.


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TJ Window Cleaning Services | 1 Airey Houses | Goosnargh Lane | Goosnargh | Preston | Lancashire | PR3 2BN | Mob: 07855 306766 | Email: tjwindows40@yahoo.co.uk