Usually, a house has 20 to 50 windows. To clean these dirty windows, you need a proper washing system. Now, it may not be always possible for you to call professional window cleaners. Hence, many people wash their residential windows themselves.
Ladders, buckets, window cleaning solutions, squeegees, scrubbers, and more window washing tools
are required to clean a window. But, if you use a water fed pole system, then you can finish washing all your windows quickly without streaks left behind.
Here is how to do residential window cleaning
with a pure water system:
1) Equipment Needed
To start window washing, you need - a backpack with a powerful motor, a water-fed pole, a hose, and distilled water. Your water-fed pole should be extendable and it should have a soft brush on its top.
2) Test Water and Purify It
Now, you have to test how dirty of your home's water is, so you may need to purchase a TDS (total dissolved solids) meter and test your home water. Then, use DI filters or portable RO filters to purify the water.
Your goal is to get 'zero' (0) on the TDS meter. '0' PPM is soft and pure water and you should use it to clean your windows.
3) Connect The Water-fed Brush
After that, fill your backpack with the purified water. Then, connect one end of the hose to the backpack and the other end to the water-fed pole.
4) Start Washing
The water fed pole has a (controller) trigger. When you press the trigger the water comes from the backpack and travels through the pole. Thus, you can get water on your windows whenever you need it. So, wet your windows and use the brush to clean all the dirt and grime.
5) Rinse The Windows
At last, you should rinse the windows well with pure water. Then, leave your windows to dry. You will get streak-free windows at the end of the day.