How To Clean Your Windows in a Monsoon Season

The monsoon spell is here in Karachi and most other regions of Pakistan. This means everyone is going to enjoy some nice rainy days. But eventually, the rain is going to leave the windows of your home quite dirty and messy.

You can’t rely on the rain to clean the windows for you as the dirt on them mixes with water and makes the window sticky. So after having fun, you’re gonna have a window cleaning task on your hand. So let’s get started.

Check the Forecast

First of all, check the weather forecast and choose a day that’s gonna be dry and cloudy. You don’t want the rain to spill over the efforts you made and it will also be impossible to work in a scorching heat that would keep drying the cleaning chemical real quick.

Clear the Dirt & Debris

Before you get started, use a plain cloth, preferably a microfiber cloth to wipe off the dirt and dust on the window glass and panes. This will prevent dirt from turning into a muddy mess when mixed with a cleaner.

Spray the Cleaner Generously

Don’t hesitate while spraying the window cleaning chemical on the windows. Otherwise, you won’t get nice spotless and effective cleaning. If you are finding the cleaner costly and want to save, switch to a low-cost, efficient window cleaner.

Wipe with  Microfiber Cloth

Some people like drying panes with newspaper, but you’re better off reusable microfiber cloths. They are super absorbent, washable, and leave the glass shiny and streak-free. If you rather use paper towels, choose a brand that’s up to the task. Weak paper towels can shred and leave lint behind.

Or Use a Squeegee

If you are a professional window cleaner or even cleaning large windows then it’s best to use a squeegee for washing down the chemical and wiping the windows. It’ll help you get done with tasks real quick.

To find out all the things that you should avoid while cleaning windows, click here.