Like other components of your home, windows require proper care and regular cleaning to last longer and stay efficient. Over time, dirt, dust, and other debris can settle on your windows and make the glass dirty or unclear. Dirty windows are not only unsightly but they can also obstruct your outdoor view. If you also do not clean your windows properly or use newspaper for wiping them, you will notice unsightly streaks on the glass.
Keep on reading to find out what professionals use to wipe windows instead of newspapers.
The most popular towel window cleaners use are surgical or huck towels. They are really absorbent and come in the perfect size, and you can easily replace them once they are too wet or filthy.
Besides automotive detailing, many professionals use chamois for cleaning windows because it is a good absorbent material. They use the cloth for removing glass cleaner residue from windows.
While microfiber cloth is not usually used for cleaning frames and sills, professionals use them for detailing the glass. Window installation and maintenance experts recommend this material is extremely absorbent and typically does not leave smears.
Once washed and dried several times, cotton or bathroom towels work well for cleaning windows. You can use a large bath towel as a drop cloth or a hand towel for detailing. These towels are quite absorbent and cost-effective.
Scrim is a common detailing towel for window cleaning professionals. A single scrim goes a long way, and they remain effective in cleaning even when damp.
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