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    Quote Originally Posted by trackiedacks View Post
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    Haha, you sound like me:-)

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    For inside I use windex and a couple of micro fibre cloths.

    I was my outside windows wog styles like my MIL - hot water with morning fresh in my mop bucket, use the mop to scrub the windows and get DP to gurney them down straight after.

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    I use a mesh brush and dishwashing liquid. Good scrub, and then use a window squeegee to dry them off, and have an old absorbent cloth to dry the edges.

    I counted my windows today, as I find it a BIG job.

    Guess how many windows in my house?????

    108!!!


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    I bought the same gear as professional window washers use (fluffy sponge/brush thingy and proper squeegee), so I just wash down each pane and squeegee them, doing one at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MilkingMaid View Post
    I use a mesh brush and dishwashing liquid. Good scrub, and then use a window squeegee to dry them off, and have an old absorbent cloth to dry the edges.

    I counted my windows today, as I find it a BIG job.

    Guess how many windows in my house?????

    108!!!

    Wow, where do you live, a palace?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MilkingMaid View Post
    I use a mesh brush and dishwashing liquid. Good scrub, and then use a window squeegee to dry them off, and have an old absorbent cloth to dry the edges.

    I counted my windows today, as I find it a BIG job.

    Guess how many windows in my house?????

    108!!!

    What!? There are only 10 in my house!

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    I live in the country so I have dust galore plus we are on tank water so anything that uses minimal or no water is great for me.
    I use the FW1 car cleaning wax in an aerosol can. It's made for cleaning your car but also for around the home and its AMAZZZZZZING!!!!
    My windows and stainless steel in my house are streak free (plus it coats the window so when it rains the water just beads off and doesn't leave water marks)
    You spray it on, rub with a cloth then wipe off with a microfiber cloth.

    http://www.fw1shine.com/


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    I only ever clean windows when I move out of a place and just use vinegar and a microfibre cloth.

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    I live in a huge old 1920's villa, and they LOVED their windows!! Good news, I've cleaned 7 since writing, 101 to go LOL. Actually I have spring cleaning fever right now, so I'm taking advantage of it!!

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    My mum loves her enjo and every so often she tries to convince me to convert by telling me how dirty my windows are. So I get her to come and "show" me how clean enjo will get them lol. I get away with it around every 6 months or so. Should I book a few enjo parties and get the whole house cleaned for me


 

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