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The Science Behind Purified Water for Window Cleaning

Updated: Feb 3





  • Lets first start with, " What is Purified Water and How it works? "


Purified Water it's known as Reverse Osmosis (RO), a finest filtration process system that separates contaminants from water by forcing it through a semi-permeable membrane, preventing impurities at a molecular level. The absence of impurities in purified water ensures a crystal-clear and spotless finish on windows. When traditional tap water is used, minerals and other particles in the water can leave residues as the water evaporates, leading to streaks and marks on the glass surface. Purified water, with its significantly reduced Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) content, eliminates this issue, providing a pristine and streak-free results when applied with specific techniques.


Reverse Osmosis is one of the methods that is often employed by Professional Window Cleaning companies for optimal results. The stages of a typical RO Window Cleaning System involve pre-filtration, including a sediment filter and carbon block filter, followed by a membrane stage using high-quality reverse osmosis membranes. Some systems may include an additional chloramine carbon filter.


In addition to the aesthetic benefits, using Purified Water for Window Cleaning contributes to environmental sustainability. Purified water requires no additional cleaning agents, reducing the use of chemicals that may have environmental implications. This aligns with the growing preference for eco-friendly and sustainable practices in cleaning services.

Overall, the purity of water achieved through advanced filtration methods makes purified water the preferred choice for window cleaning, ensuring optimal clarity, cleanliness, and environmental responsibility.






  • " Heads Up For The Perfect Technique For Perfect Results! "


Cleaning windows with purified water involves a specific technique to achieve optimal results and a streak-free finish. First of all insuring a correct pressure on the water fed pole. To much pressure it sprays the water and can leave marks. It may wouldn't be a problem a little more pressure for cleaning Fascias & Soffits, but for windows particularly a gentle pressure is key, after a good gentle brush, paying extra attention to corners, edges, and any heavily soiled areas.

The purified water will break down and lift away the dirt without leaving residues. The Rinse in the window should be done with a steady flow and a gentle pressure of purified water from the pole. This will wash away loosened dirt and ensure a spotless finish. Ensure thorough coverage, especially in areas with stubborn stains. Always working from top to bottom to prevent drips and streaks on already cleaned areas and finally let it dry on open air.









  • And... " Let It Dry. Let It Shine."






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