How To Clean House Windows: 11 Steps To Clear Windows
Here, you can learn how to clean house windows. Afterward, your home can look newer, fresher, and more amazing than it did before. Plus it only takes 11 simple steps, even for professionals.
Janet could barely believe what she had just seen.
She could hardly recognize it. How could something so simple, make such a big difference like that?
Last week when she went over to her friend Marcie’s home it didn’t look like that. Newer, fresh, almost like magic.
When Marcie told Janet what she did it almost seemed like she was joking. If that’s all it takes then anyone can do it, even her.
Janet just keeps thinking about how she should do the same. Then her home will also look newer and more refreshing. That’s what today is for.
Janet is going to make her home look more amazing by learning how to clean house windows. She goes online and finds these 11 steps to cleaning her house windows.
First, she needs to make sure she has the tools and materials she needs for cleaning house windows.
Tools & Materials
- Dishwashing soap
- Commercial window cleaner
- Microfiber cloths
- Lint-free towels
- Squeegee (optional but super helpful)
Janet has everything she needs, so she’s going to start cleaning her house windows using the following steps.
How To Clean Interior House Windows
- Find a cool, cloudy day to work on
- Fill a bucket with warm water and a squirt of dishwashing soap (less suds are better)
- Clean house windows with microfiber cloth, going top down
- Spray windows with a commercial window cleaner
- Dry windows with lint-free towel
- Repeat as necessary
Janet thinks to herself “Good thing it’s cool and cloudy today. I can go ahead and get this done so my home can look great.”
After she cleans the insides of the windows, it’s time for her to move to the outer ones.
Steps For Cleaning Exterior House Windows
- Fill bucket with warm water and dish soap (less suds are better)
- Rinse windows with hose
- Cleanse house windows with commercial window cleaner
- Wipe the windows dry with squeegee/lint-free towel from top to bottom (clean after each use)
- For tough stains, let the solution sit for a few minutes before cleaning
Don’t forget about cleaning any window screens! For that, you can rinse them with water, spray them with vinegar/water solution, rinse them with water, and then let them dry.
Janet steps back and admires her handiwork.
It wasn’t that much of a pane (haha) and it looks amazing, just like Marcie’s. Time for Janet to invite Marcie over to show off her new and refreshing looking windows.
Janet loves the new look of her windows, and you can too! But you may still have a question or two about how to clean house windows. If you do (question or comment) please let us know in the comments below! We’d love to help you with any of your home needs.