- Leading Provider of Glass Repair, Replacement and Maintenance Services Offers Little-Known Tips for Homeowners -
WACO, Texas, June 6, 2018 /CNW/ -- Today glass and mirrors are such a modern household item, that they can at times go unnoticed, that is until it comes time to cleaning them. When it comes to properly cleaning your windows, without the help of experts, you may be using outdated window cleaning tactics or utilizing ineffective products that leave streaks and fingerprints behind.
Glass Doctor, a Neighbourly company, a global franchise organization specializing in glass repair, understands that those streaks and hard water spots can be incredibly frustrating. Learn how to clean glass with these little known top techniques for a streak-free finish.
- Despite many thinking that newspaper is best for cleaning windows and mirrors, a clean, dry microfiber cloth is much more effective; newspaper quickly deteriorates when wet and can leave newsprint spots on your mirror frames and window sills.
- You can clean windows without leaving streaks behind with the help of a coffee filter. Coffee filters and old cotton t-shirts also work well to remove remaining lint left behind from dry cloths.
- De-gunk sticker remnants with alcohol. A little rubbing alcohol and a bit of elbow grease cuts sticker crud on home windows.
- Use a fine nylon scrub pad to remove tree pitch or bug droppings. First, wet the glass and test the pad to make sure you don't scratch the surface.
- If you wiped vertically outside, make sure to wipe horizontally inside. Then, you'll know whether the missed spot is inside or outside.
- If cleaning your windows leads to broken glass, pick up the pieces with a slice of bread by pressing it down over areas where glass shards remain.
- Using a foaming glass cleaner, such as Glass Doctor's glass cleaner, and a lint-free paper towel, is another effective way to clean windows without leaving streaks.
Established in 1962 with one shop in Seattle, Wash., Glass Doctor offers complete glass repair, replacement and maintenance services to the residential, automotive and commercial markets at more than 275 locations in the United States and Canada.
To learn more about effective glass cleaning tips, visit the Glass Doctor blog at https://glassdoctor.com/blog/how-to-clean-different-types-of-glass.
About Glass Doctor®:
Glass Doctor®, a Neighbourly company, offers complete glass repair and replacement services to residential, automotive and commercial markets at more than 275 locations throughout North America. Established in 1962 as a single shop in Seattle, Wash., Glass Doctor began franchising in 1977. Acquired by Dwyer Group® in 1998, Glass Doctor is part of Neighbourly, a community of home service experts, leveraging Dwyer Group's nearly 2,500 professional home service experts across 13 brands in the U.S. and Canada with a unique direct service function that provides consumers assistance with nearly all aspects of their home care needs. Neighbourly brands include: Aire Serv®, Five Star Painting®, Glass Doctor®, Mr. Appliance®, Mr. Electric®, Mr. Handyman®, Mr. Rooter®, Rainbow International®, and The Grounds Guys®. Additional information about Neighbourly can be found at www.GetNeighbourly.ca. For more information about Glass Doctor, visit www.GlassDoctor.com and to learn about franchising opportunities with all Dwyer Group's Neighbourly companies, visit www.leadingtheserviceindustry.com.
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