We use purified water for our local window cleaning services at Kings Window Cleaning. Discover why this is a must for frames, sills, and glass.
When choosing a window cleaning provider, there are a lot of factors to consider. This includes everything from reputation to the price. We believe we tick all of the boxes here at Kings Window Cleaning.
One of the reasons why a lot of people choose our service is because of our high attention to detail. This includes only using purified water for our local cleaning services. Below, we will reveal why using purified water is important when cleaning frames, sills, and glass.
What is purified water window cleaning?
The water that comes from your taps contains sediments and minerals; just like rainwater does! While these sediments and minerals are safe to drink, they can be detrimental when applied to your windows during the cleaning process.
If you notice that there are streaks and spots on your windows once they have been cleaned, this is because of the contaminants on the glass.
Understanding the benefits of purified water
There are a number of reasons why we use purified water for window cleaning. The main reason is that it results in immaculate window cleaning.
The purest form of water is used, meaning that there are not going to be any marks left behind once your windows have dried.
The multi-layered filtration process converts the fed water into pure water, ensuring impurities are shed and grime, dirt, and other particles are absorbed.
Not only does purified water result in cleaner windows, but your windows are also going to stay clean and shine for longer as well.
With this form of cleaning, no other ingredient aside from pure water is used. No residue will form and it will take much longer for any sort of dirt to accumulate as well. This means that you benefit from real value for money when you use our service because your windows stay clean for longer.
Purifying water for window cleaning purposes
Now that you know why purifying water is important, let’s take a look at the process that is entailed.
Standard tap water will be completely filtered through what is known as de-ionisation. Not only will this get rid of minerals from the water, but it also has a magnetic effect on the debris, muck, and dirt – lifting all of the bad stuff off the glass!
As a consequence, purified water is much more effective and makes the window cleaning process a lot quicker and more efficient too. It also means that detergents don’t need to be used, which means purified water is more eco-friendly as well.
Once the water has been filtered, it will be stored into the operative’s van and connected to a water fed pole so that it can be applied correctly.
So there you have it: an insight into why we use purified water for our local cleaning service.
If you would like to find out more about the cleaning service that we provide or you would like to book our services, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us today for more information.