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Shop here for a huge selection of professional window cleaning tools, supplies, and janitorial products.

Fortunately for you, we are not just a supplier, we are also users. Many of the supplies and products you will find here I use and endorse. All at really great prices.

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The Simple Way To Professionally Clean Windows

JP’s Featured Tips


Looking to do it yourself? What can you use?


Some dishwashing liquid soaps, like Dawn, are great window cleaners.

Using any razor blade to clean windows can scratch the surface and permanently damage them. Never use a dry razor blade to clean a window. Wetting the area first with a cleaning liquid provides a hydrofoil and will eliminate the probability of scratching a surface. As a rule of thumb, using a blade on a window is a last resort. To remove heavy stains, four-ought grade (0000) steel wool works best.


Planning to stain or paint anywhere in your home?


Take the time to cover the windows! Stain and paint removal scratches the molecular surfaces of your window permanently damaging it. Covering windows and window areas is inexpensive way to save and protect your windows. Any paint or stain service company that doesn't include this service to your home is not the company to work with. Your windows are the most important part of your home, take great care of them!


Never spray garden hose water on your windows without cleaning them with a squeegee immediately after; or allow sprinkler systems to hit windows.


Hard water is the number one culprit of dirty windows. We see it all the time, mostly from sprinklers, but also, from the way the water drains off your roof, and snow build-up settled against the window. The water from our mountains contains heavy minerals that have a PH balance considered a base, which corrodes the molecular surface of the window, and eventually changes with oxidation to acid which permanently eats away at the molecular cells and permanently damages your windows. The longer hard-water stays on your windows, the greater the chance that your window will be permanently damaged and impossible to restore.