How to Wash Dirty Windows
Washing dirty windows can be done by putting some dish soap in a bucket, filling the bucket with water and sponging on the soapy mixture to the windows, scrubbing away any dirt or dust. Hose down freshly scrubbed windows with advice from a professional house cleaner in this free video on housekeeping.
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Hi, I'm Rachel Yatuzis, and I'm going to show you how to wash dirty windows. First off, try to do it in the spring, unless you absolutely have to wash them in the wintertime. It's December right now here, so it's pretty cold. You really want to wait 'til it's warm outside, but, if you must, start off by putting some dish soap into a bucket, and fill it with water. This one's already got a little bit of water in it. You need a sponge. And just like you would wash your car, just wipe the window. And since it's a glass, glass is really easy to clean. And since it's such a smooth surface, you know, as long as you get it wet, pretty much anything will come off. Before the soap dries, if you don't want a film left on your window, you need to rinse it as soon as possible with the hose. And there you have it. Whoops. I'm Rachel Yatuzis, and that is how you wash dirty windows.