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    Window Cleaning Dallas | Window Tinting Dallas | Pressure … - October 21, 2019 by admin

    Window Genie is Dallass leader in home services. We specialize in window cleaning, window tinting, pressure washing, gutter cleaning and more.Ourcommitment to customer satisfaction and professionalism is what sets us apart from the competition. With over 20 years of experience, Window Genie has earned the trust of homeowners throughout Dallas, Coppell, Irving and the surrounding areas. You can feel safe knowing our team of field technicians are fully trained, insured, bonded and drive custom wrapped GENIEMOBILES for easy identification.Estimates are always fast and free!

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    Rita Volkman Millwee a month ago

    Punctual. Polite. Definitely will use them again. Very eager to please.

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    We sincerely appreciate your feedback concerning our window cleaning service, Rita! We look forward to helping you again on your next project.

    Steve Millwee a month ago

    These guys were awesome. Punctual, polite, and did an amazing job. Highly recommended. Would definitely use them again!!!!

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    We are thrilled to hear you were pleased with the window cleaning service, Steve, and certainly look forward to helping you again on your next project!

    Kathleen Livingston 2 months ago

    It was easy. Got the bid quickly and booked it. Everyone was on time and they did a great job.

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    We appreciate your feedback, Kathleen. We look forward to helping you on your next window and mirror cleaning project!

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    How to Wash Windows Like a Pro | This Old House - October 9, 2019 by admin

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    CWC Supply – Window Cleaning Equipment - October 9, 2019 by admin

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    Window Cleaning | San Diego Window Cleaners | High Rise … - October 9, 2019 by admin

    Horizon Professional Window Cleaningservices are available for residential and commercial clients all over San Diego County. We serviceDowntown San Diego, Balboa Park, Coronado, Imperial Beach, East Village, Gaslamp Quarter, Little Italy, Marina, Golden Hill, Harbor Island, Hillcrest, Kearny Mesa, Kensington, Bird Rock, Mount Soledad, La Jolla, La Jolla Village, Torrey Pines, Lake Murray, Linda Vista, Logan Heights, Mira Mesa, Miramar, Mission Beach, Mission Hills, Mission Valley, Civita, Morena, Allied Gardens, Bankers Hill, Barrio Logan, Bay Ho, Bay Park, Black Mountain Ranch, Carmel Mountain Ranch, Carmel Valley, City Heights, Clairemont, College Area, Del Mar Heights, Del Cerro, Normal Heights, North Park, North Clairemont, Ocean Beach, Old Town, Otay Mesa, Pacific Beach, Point Loma, Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Peasquitos, San Ysidro, Scripps Ranch, Serra Mesa, Del Mar Mesa, Shelter Island, Sherman Heights, Sorrento Mesa, Sorrento Valley, South Park, Paradise Hills, Tierrasanta, Torrey Hills, University City, University Heights, La Mesa, Mount Helix, Fletcher Hills, Poway, Sabre Springs, 4S Ranch, Chula Vista, Bonita, Spring Valley and more.

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    Skyway Window Cleaning – Window Cleaning Services Provider in … - October 3, 2019 by admin

    Alex and his partner did an amazing job, super professional and respectful. Covered their shoes, brought a towel to place AC upon, removed and reinstalled AC perfectly. They were on time and well priced. Cant ask for more!

    These guys were great! Not only do my windows look AMAZING (I never thought they could be so clean), but they are also so easy to work with. I had some issues scheduling because of restrictions on my building and they were always very accommodating and easy to reschedule. I would definitely recommend them.

    Punctual, profesional and polite. I am very happy with their service

    Excellent service from start to finish. In-person estimate was easily obtained and accurate. Our window techs, Andrew and Gena did a great job. They were friendly, professional, and left our windows and glass doors sparkling. Wed highly recommend.

    Exceptional job done tackled our huge 4th floor arched windows with attention to detail and bravery! Would use them again in a heartbeat. Thanks guys.

    Alex came and cleaned our windows very quickly and I can actually see out my bedroom window now! Great job. I recommend this company.

    Alex, did a great job cleaning our windows. I can see through them again ! Fast service and on-time. Highly recommended.

    The Skyway Window Cleaning staff were a pleasure to work with. The windows of our preschool were in need of some serious cleaning so we called Skyway. They were responsive from the first time we scheduled an estimate. They sent someone out the day after I called them and were able to draw up a contract and send out technicians ...

    Skyway did a great job on my really really old and dirty windows. It was a difficult job but they managed to clean everything perfectly. The guys who came in were really nice and did everything perfectly. Thank you very much!

    We had Skyway run a window cleaning on our apartment building. The guys (Alex & Tim) were very professional, very efficient and did a great job throughout. Would definitely recommend them to others.

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    Homemade Window Cleaner – 3 Ingredients You Already Have - October 2, 2019 by admin

    Homemade window cleaner is one of my favorite DIY cleaning recipes: its so cost-effective, and it leaves a wonderfully streak-free shine. You dont have to limit its use to windows, either! I use it on glass surfaces throughout my home, including the fronts of framed photos and my glass shower doors.

    Our windows get coated with dirt spots and pollen, but they also acquire a different, more stubborn kind of mess known as city grime.

    I try to make window cleaning a monthly chore for that reason, at least on the inside. With 36 windows in our house, I need a window cleaner that works quickly, cleans thoroughly and doesnt cost a small fortune! This homemade window cleaner fits the bill.


    * Surgical spirits in the UK.


    1. Combine ingredients in a spray bottle and shake gently to mix.2. Fold a few sheets of newspaper together like a washcloth, or use a microfiber cloth.3. Spray the glass then wipe.4. When cleaning framed photos, spray the cloth rather than the glass.


    NOTE that the dish-washing liquid shouldnt contain moisturizers or oxygenating action you want a straight liquid dish soap like Dawn Original (Sunlight or Fairy in the UK) or even Ivory.

    I find using rubbing alcohol cuts through city grime best, but if youre in a more rural area, you can skip it and just use water.

    When cleaning windows, wipe left-to-right on the inside, and top-to-bottom on the outside. That way you can tell which side a smudge is on.

    Its best to clean windows on an overcast, dry day. Trying to clean them while the sun is hitting them, or while theyre still hot from being exposed to the sun, will lead to streaks no matter what window cleaner you use.

    Crazy as it sounds, I have the best luck cleaning the inside of kitchen windows at night. Turn off outdoor lights and work in a brightly lit kitchen: youll see every smudge on your windows, making them easy to clean.

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    No Streak Homemade Window Cleaner – - October 2, 2019 by admin

    This No Streak Homemade Window Cleaner is super easy to make, is much safer than a lot of the store bought options, and leaves your windows and mirrors streak free.

    Plus it costs almost nothing to make, so it's easy on the budget too.

    Our environment is filled with toxins and one of the biggest offenders in the toxin department is household cleaners.

    So I've been working for awhile to get and keep as many toxins as possible out of our home.

    I make and use homemade foaming soap, a natural dishwasher rinse aid, homemade soft scrub and even soap nuts instead of laundry detergent.

    I personally think that it is so important to get Home Care and Personal Care products that are toxin free so that we, our families, and our world can be a lot more healthy.

    Plus, you can save a TON of money by making these things yourself.

    And it doesn't have to take a TON of time.

    In fact, most of them are lickety-split.

    So even uber busy folk can do thisand not drive themselves crazy.

    This Homemade Glass Cleaner Recipe is a case in point. It's simple.

    Since my childhood, I have been plagued with chemical sensitivities.

    Truthfully, I've always been sensitive to a lot of things, but some chemical smells (think off-gassing) and artificial fragrances are one of the worst.

    For as long as I can remember, I would get light-headed and feel woozy just walking down the detergent and house cleaner aisles at the grocery store, or walking through the perfume section in a department store.

    Even walking outside when people are running their dryers bothers me. The smell of the VOCs in the dryer sheets is just terrible (and terrible for you).

    Sofor a long time now, I have shunned the use of commercial home care products.

    Since I'm a pretty simple gal about DIY cleaning products, mainly I was trying to get by with only vinegar and water. But sometimes you need something more.

    Anyway, even if these chemicals don't make you feel bad, there is a lot of evidence that they aren't healthy, so it's a good idea to do what you can to remove them from your environment as much as possible. In fact, you really should do what you can to remove toxins from your life to improve your health.

    Either way,making your own DIY Glass Cleaner is a breeze.

    Let me ask you thisdo you really want these things in your home?

    propylene glycol2 HexoxyethanolAmmonium HydroxideMirapol Surf S-210Viden EGMSodium C14-17 Sec-Alkyl SulfonatFragrance Palette (all kind of stuff in there.artificial fragrances are not healthy)Liquitint Sky Blue Dye

    I didn't think so.

    Yes, that is what is in one of the more popular glass cleaners on the market. Ick.

    You can make your own cleaner for way less money than you would spend on a commercial cleaner. Even if not, I would still prefer to make my own for the other benefits.

    See the end of this post to see how much you can save.

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    Do you really want to add these toxins to our already toxically-overloaded environment? I am convinced that one of the main problems regarding the onslaught of autism, auto-immune disorders and cancer is the prevalence of toxins in our world. Let's do what ever we can, within reason, to help clean things up for us and for future generations. Every time you can use a toxin free product over a toxin laden one, you help the environment.

    Now, I used to use just plain vinegarto clean our mirrors and glass. Truth be told, we didn't really clean our windows often. Just didn't really think about it.

    We would put some plain vinegar on a piece of newspaper and wipe it all over the mirror.

    It worked pretty well, but it did leave some streaks that were a little hard to get off.

    But in a pinch, it works well.

    This cleaner, however, is great. I found it on a number of sites all over the internet and I must say, it is a real winner.My son likes to take our spray bottle all over the house and clean all the windows and mirrors it helps to have a bottle with a blue top (his favorite color!)

    This cleaner does contain isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol, which some people may wish to avoid, but I don't have a problem with. I'd love to hear your thoughts on that.and I did find another promising recipe that costs quite a bit more money to make and has no isopropyl alcohol. Maybe I'll give it a whirl!

    By the way, I discovered this recipe on several sites, so hard to know where it came from originally.

    One of the things you'll notice in this formula for Homemade Glass Cleaner, is that it has cornstarch in it. Huh?

    Are you with me in wondering what it's doing in there?

    Well, this update is just in today (Sept. 13, 2013) from a reader who is in the know. Here is her answer:

    On a microscopic level, glass is not perfectly smooth. When you spray water on it, the water molecules get caught in the pits on the glass surface. Water also clings to itself through hydrogen bonding the hydrogen atoms from two molecules cling together. Water stuck in the glass + water stuck to more water = streaking. Cornstarch (or dish soap or oil-even a couple drops of essential oil) disrupts the hydrogen bonding, thus preventing streaks!

    Cool beans! A DIY house cleaning recipe and science lesson in one!

    A ton.

    Vinegar: costs about $.59 for 32 oz at Aldi. So even if we double the price, let's say it costs $.04

    Rubbing Alcohol: Based on current Rite Aid pricing (I called :-)!)$.25 for 1/4 cup

    Cornstarch: A local Midwest grocery chain has it for $1.39 right now. If the Tbsp per pound info I got is correct, then the cost for 1 Tbsp is about $.04.

    Water: I am just going to call this $0.00. The current approximate cost per gallon in my city is $.002 per gallon :-).

    So it costs a total of $.33 to make 2 1/2 cups of Glass Cleaner.

    Cost of a popular brand on the market? $3.43 on Amazon. I had to do some fancy math to get the cost per ounce, but this is what it costs for 2 1/2 cups (20 oz). So you save over 90%!

    WindowsMirrorsGlass AppliancesStainless SteelChromeAluminumCeramicMarble (thanks to a reader, I've found out that you shouldn't use vinegar on marble as it can cause it to corrode.)Plastic

    I hope this gets you motivated to:

    Save Money

    Reduce Toxins

    Improve Your Family's Health

    Clean Your Windows :-)!

    Before you try making this Homemade Window Cleaner, here are some helpful tips to ensure it works well for you.

    Shake well before using since the cornstarch might clog up your spray nozzle otherwise.

    Allergic to corn? I'm sure other starches like tapioca or arrowroot will work as well.

    You can use microfiber cloths or rags to wipe your surfaces clean. I prefer either those options or newspaper to paper towels since paper towels leave lint and are more wasteful.

    Make sure to label your bottleso as you make more and more non-toxic home cleaners you will know what is what :-).

    Another great tip from a reader: Add natural food coloringto the bottle so kids will know it's not water. Beet juice (from canned beets) is one inexpensive natural color or you could drop a bit of powdered beet juice in as well. I think that would work great..

    This handy dandy Chalkboard Contact Paperis great for label making.


    Some readers have had streaking issues. It's possible that this is from impure essential oils or hard water. If you have streaking issues, please do share in the comments what brand of essential oils you used and if you have hard water. Thanks! I recommending only using pure essential oils even for house cleaning, because you breathe in the fumes from the cleaning products and you don't want to be breathing in impurities.

    Use Two Cloths

    Another tip from a readerto avoid streaking, use two clothsone to wash and one very dry cloth to dry.

    Eyeglass Warning

    You can definitely use this Homemade Glass Cleaner on your eyeglasses, but only if they are plain glass. If they are coated, avoid using this since alcohol will cause crazing (small surface cracks) in poly carbonate plastic. Additionally, it can also cause the lens coating to deteriorate, resulting in less durable glasses that are easily scratched.

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    1/4 cup white vinegar (apple cider vinegar will work as well)1/4 cupisopropyl (rubbing) alcohol1 Tbsp non-GMO cornstarch (the cornstarch reduces streaking anyone know why?)2 cups water8-10drops essential oil of choice (optional. Lemon, orange, or another citrus would be my choice here, but lavender or others would be nice as well. Go here to learn why I chose this company as having the best essential oils for the money.)A good glass spray bottle or quality BPA-free plastic spray bottle.


    1. Combine everything in a spray bottle (You can reuse the container you already have from your store bought glass cleaner. I had to buy one at a dollar store since we haven't used glass cleaner in years :-)!)

    2. Shake well to mix.

    3. Spray onto glass surface and wipe clean.

    Note: I heard from a reader that vinegar can damage marble, so be careful using this around / on marble surfaces.

    Let me know what you think of this homemade window cleaner recipe!

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    Window Cleaning Minneapolis St. Paul MN – Squeegee Squad - March 29, 2019 by admin

    Proudly Servicing Minneapolis, St Paul, Apple Valley, The Lake Minnetonka Area, Edina, Bloomington, Eden Prairie, Chanhassen, St. Louis Park, Plymouth, Maple Grove, Brooklyn Park, Champlin, Coon Rapids, and more...Why Choose Squeegee Squad

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    We have been around for over 10 years and in that time washed windows well into the tens of thousands in the Minneapolis St. Paul areas and the surrounding suburbs.

    We have expanded to offer a whole plethora of additional services. Almost all of them involve a ladder. We figure you might as well take care of it all while the ladder is leaning!

    In addition to our residential window cleaning services we offercommercial and high-rise window cleaning services we also offer gutter cleaning, pressure washing, building restoration caulkingand much more. Be sure to check out our services page, as we just may be the one stop shop for all your needs!

    Doing a little price shopping, well you can stop now! Your Minneapolis Squeegee Squad offers the most competitive prices in Minnesota for window cleaning and washing services.Fill out the form to the right to receive an instant quote or give us a call to receive your estimate over the phone.

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    We treat every job as if we are fighting for our next. As a family owned business we have always believed that hard work beats skill and when you bring the two together you can't be beat. With your Minneapolis window cleaning and pressure washing team there is no cutting corners. We are sure to always arrive on time and complete the job and in an efficient and proper manner.

    Window cleaning and washing is an extremely detail oriented job. We are sure to never leave drips or streaks. Our window cleaning and washing equipment is always new or in excellent condition to be sure we never scratch your glass. In some cases we may have to move your outdoor decorations or furniture. We make sure to take a picture prior to moving it to guarantee its put back just as it was before.

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    How to Clean Windows Like a Pro | DIY Window Cleaning - February 14, 2019 by admin

    Steps // How to Clean Windows Like a Pro

    1Wash with a strip applicator (Picture Window)

    Step One // How to Clean Windows Like a Pro

    Picture windows call for large tools. The long cloth head of a strip applicator soaks up a lot of soapy water and knocks dirt loose without scratching the glass. For a cleaning solution, Weingard usesjust a squirt of dishwashing liquid in a bucket of warm waterthe less suds, the better.

    2Wipe clean with a squeegee (Picture Window)

    Step Two // How to Clean Windows Like a Pro

    Starting at the top left, pull the squeegee over the soapy pane in a reverse-S pattern (left-handers would start at the top right). At the end of each stroke, wipe the squeegee's blade clean with a lint-free rag. Cloth diapers or old linen napkins are perfect for this task.

    3Dry off remaining drips (Picture Window)

    Step Three // How to Clean Windows Like a Pro

    Remove any water remaining on the edges of the glass with a damp, wrung-dry chamois, which soaks up wetness without leaving streaks. Dry the windowsill with a rag.

    4Customize the squeegee (Multipane)

    Step Four // How to Clean Windows Like a Pro

    To clean a divided-light window, you need a squeegee that fits the panes. Weingard uses a hacksaw to cut one to size. He trims the metal channel inch narrower than the window pane, then files the cut edges smooth. With a utility knife, he cuts the rubber blade to the pane's full width and fits it into the channel so that it projects 1/8 inch at each end.

    5Scrub the panes (Multipane)

    Step Five // How to Clean Windows Like a Pro


    A handheld sponge or hog-bristle brush works best on multipane windows. Weingard prefers natural sponges. "They're firmer and more absorbent than synthetics," he says. Using the same solution of asquirt of liquid soap in water, he rubs each pane from left to right, top to bottom, working the sponge edges or brush bristles into the corners to loosen dirt.

    6Wipe clean with a squeegee (Multipane)

    Step Six // How to Clean Windows Like a Pro

    Pull the squeegee down each pane in a single stroke from top to bottom. After each stroke, clean the blade with a rag so it doesn't leave streaks. (If the squeegee squeaks a lot, add a bit more soap to the water.) As above, remove any streaks on the glass with a chamois, and dry the muntins and sill with a rag.

    7Get rid of stubborn spots

    Step Seven // How to Clean Windows Like a Pro

    Over time, hard-water runoff from masonry or rain falling through metal window screens leaves stubborn mineral stains on glass that normal washing can't erase. So after a regular cleaning, Weingard wets the glass and gently "supercleans" it either with fine 000 steel wool (if the panes are small) or withBarkeeper's Friend, which containsoxalic acid. (Other brands of powder may scratch the glass or fail to remove stains.) He mixes the powder into a paste on a wet towel, rubs away the stains, then rinses and squeegees the glass twice to remove the residue. Even with that treatment, the staining generally comes back in about six months.

    To get rid of stains for good, Weingard recommends the application of 3 Star Barrier Glass Surface Protectant, a clear polymer coating. "After the stains are gone, you just put the coating on with a strip applicator and squeegee it off," he says. Protection against staining is permanent, as long as the polymer is reapplied after each regular cleaning.

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    Get Clean Windows (720) 644-7254 | Window Cleaning … - January 30, 2019 by admin

    Get Clean Windows is a regular, repeat service employer providing window cleaning and window washing offerings with a smile. We really do care about our customers, which is why we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Even if mother nature undoes our work, we come back and fix it for up to 5 days later!

    We brush your screens for free. If you are a first time customer, we definitely recommend our signature screen sealing service to help revitalize your screens and protect them from the sun (your choice, at an additional charge), but every customer gets the dust and cobwebs brushed off of their screens every time.

    Dont forget our discounts for repeat customers. The first deep cleaning will be at a regular charge, but if you have us back, well start cutting the price down for you. Why? Because not only do we hope your windows are always the envy of the neighborhood but because we can clean them faster when your windows are regularly maintained and we pass that savings on to you!

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