I understand the overall process of the WFP, however I would like to how you made the switch, what system you started with, lessons learned and what you would do different.
In my experience the companies that run only WFP are cheaper and quick/lower quality work.
You can't properly detail windows from the ground, you'll miss paint spots, sap, all kinds of stuff.
Some windows need steel wool, some need a little razor scraping etc
It's good as routine maintenance once you have already done a nose to glass cleaning
We went full three stage (xero pure) as we don’t have easy access to replacing DI filters. It’s a tool in our arsenal that we use on newer style windows as it reduces man hours noticeably. We use it only a day or two a week as we service an area with 100 year old houses on the coast where the salt air and aluminum screening make most houses not good candidates as the windows have storm panels and dozens of small panes needing scrubbing.
Never thought to try distilled water with traditional window cleaning. I would think the effects would be negated by all dirt picked up by a strip washer or sponge. But maybe we’re talking about super hard water issues I’m not used to.I have never paid much attention to TDS. Have you guys used Distilled water when traditional window cleaning?
I have never paid much attention to TDS. Have you guys used Distilled water when traditional window cleaning?
We're saddled with an old Unger aluminum. The flex on the aluminum is pretty bad at two stories and truly atrocious above two stories. However we still only use it on a minority of our jobs which are two story residential and I'm not the one who is using it. I've often wondered what would justify the outlay on a carbon pole for us.