27 Bulawayo St

Bulawayo St

Cape Town

7550

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.85176

18.63455

27 Charles Dve

Charles Dve

Durbanville

7550

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.850278

18.68

Lobelia St

Lobelia St

Durbanville

7551

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.825619

18.6609

9 Banhoek Rd

Banhoek Rd

Bellville

7550

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.8705

18.6507

Window Cleaning Equipment

There is a variety of window cleaning equipment that people use daily to keep their windows clean and sparkling. Hydro tube, hydro cart and speed brush are some of the items used fotr the cleaning of windows. A High Rise is one of the automatic window cleaning systems. It offers a safe and effective way of cleaning multi-story buildings and can be customised to fit your specific site requirements.

There are actually five common window cleaning tools. It is the washer, bucket, scraper, squeegee and extension pole. A washer is the tool used to apply chemical to the window. They come in all different makes and sizes, and the sleeves and t-bars can be bought separately if you so wish. Some sleeves have abrasive pads, some are micro-fibre, and some are general cotton. A squeegee is the tool used to dry a window and get that streak free crystal finish. The rubber is the most important part of a squeegee. It might sound a little obvious, but a bucket is needed for window cleaning solution. A scraper is used to remove any impurities that are caked on the window such as mud or bird droppings. If you're going to be working at heights, an extension pole is a must have tool. All squeegee handles and window washers are designed to be attached to an extension pole.

To find out more about window cleaning equipment, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

Window Cleaning Equipment

There is a variety of window cleaning equipment that people use daily to keep their windows clean and sparkling. Hydro tube, hydro cart and speed brush are some of the items used fotr the cleaning of windows. A High Rise is one of the automatic window cleaning systems. It offers a safe and effective way of cleaning multi-story buildings and can be customised to fit your specific site requirements.

There are actually five common window cleaning tools. It is the washer, bucket, scraper, squeegee and extension pole. A washer is the tool used to apply chemical to the window. They come in all different makes and sizes, and the sleeves and t-bars can be bought separately if you so wish. Some sleeves have abrasive pads, some are micro-fibre, and some are general cotton. A squeegee is the tool used to dry a window and get that streak free crystal finish. The rubber is the most important part of a squeegee. It might sound a little obvious, but a bucket is needed for window cleaning solution. A scraper is used to remove any impurities that are caked on the window such as mud or bird droppings. If you're going to be working at heights, an extension pole is a must have tool. All squeegee handles and window washers are designed to be attached to an extension pole.

To find out more about window cleaning equipment, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

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