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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    I just got an enjo window cleaning set and its amazing. Not cheap but no ongoing costs and I just use water. Also can attach it to the mop pole to clean the tall windows you can't reach.

    My dad used to be a window cleaner when younger and he says warm water with a drop of detergent and a micro fibre cloth then use a rubber squeegee to dry. But never wash the windows in the midday heat or with sun directly on them it will never look totally clean
    Yep I use Enjo..but you knew that Nomsie I'd lend you mine but you are to far away

    I love it, no streaks, no chemicals, no ongoing costs, 30 day satisfaction guarantee, 1 year warranty on the hardware, 6 months on the fibre, when you need to replace the squeegee blade you can buy just that part. Really cannot go wrong

    Oh and NEVER try to wash a hot window it will always be streaky- even with Enjo!

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    Rary- I would love to send you my nesting urges, but they are so few and far between- they usually last for about 10 minutes or so and then I am over it!

    HoF- my Mum is a big Enjo user.. wonder if she has a window cleaner thing-a-ma-jig... Hmmm...

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    Enjo, Enjo, Enjo!

    I use it at home and commercially too - my Enjo window cleaner is brilliant.

    Setup isn't cheap, but ongoing its MORE than economical, and it's enviro friendly and it's ME and kid friendly too.

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    With wind.. And rain... And sunshine...

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    Um.....the kitchen window gets splashed from the sink, so I wipe it over with the tea towel before I throw it in the wash....

    And that's about it for window cleaning in my house

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    I close the blinds, does that count?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Bec~ View Post
    I close the blinds, does that count?
    The smartest answer yet! You can come to my house - those once a week washers can't 😋

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Bec~ View Post
    I close the blinds, does that count?
    That's what I've been doing . Mind you we need rain so I should clean them ... it always rains after I clean the windows.

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    For quick jobs inside (and on mirrors) I use warm water with metho and newspaper. For outside I use warm soapy water and finish with a rubber squeegee.


 

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