Cloudy, dirty windows do not do any favors for your home’s curb appeal. Luckily, there are many options to consider when it comes to keeping your home’s windows shiny and squeaky-clean throughout the seasons. We highlight 3 of them below.

The Natural Way
If you would like to clean windows the ‘green’ way, you can make your own water and vinegar solution by mixing one part hot water to one part distilled vinegar. Clean the windows using your solution and a soft sponge or squeegee. Be sure to rinse and dry the window frames immediately to prevent any damage from taking place. Vinegar may be natural, but it is also surprisingly powerful.

Using Soap
While the natural way is certainly eco-friendly, you will obviously get a better, longer-lasting clean if you clean your windows using a soapy solution. You can still steer clear of the chemicals, though! A bit of dishwashing soap is often all that you will need in order to notice a tremendous difference. Use a squeegee to apply and remove the solution, paying attention to getting rid of any persistent dirt as you go. Do not forget to complete the process by giving your windows, window sills, window frames, and window tracks with a microfiber cloth.

Pressure Cleaning
Undoubtedly, the fastest and most efficient way of cleaning your home’s windows is with a pressure cleaner. Pressure cleaning refers to the process of using a high-pressure cold water spray to remove tough dirt, dust, and debris. It is, however, only recommended that experts perform window pressure cleaning.

Looking for traditional window cleaning services? Perhaps you are sold on pressure cleaning for your home’s windows? Either way, be sure to get in touch with the team at Gardens Home Management Services today!