Step 1: Plug in the hose and turn on your water supply. For the best results, you can use warm water, but if that is not the option available at your disposal, cold water will work too!
Step 2: Run water on the surfaces of the windows. The water flow mustn’t be too strong since it will damage the surface.
Step 3: Clean the entire window to soak the dirt. It needs to be kept on the window for a few minutes to help in smooth cleaning of the window.
Step 4: Mount the brush extension pole. Make sure that the pole is at a correct height so that it reaches the windows comfortably.
Step 5: With lukewarm water, fill your bucket. Put a few drops of detergent on it for window washing.
Step 6: Dip the brush inside the solution. The mixture will help to break the dust particles.
Step 7: Start off by cleaning from one corner along the topside of the window. This will prevent the dirt from coming down to the already cleaned surface.
Step 8: Slowly work your way down, ensuring that the rest of the window gets cleaned. Keep brushing until the dirt has come off, and if required, you can also increase the water pressure.
Step 9: For the spots of dirt that hasn’t fallen off, try to apply some water on them and then move on to the next window. Go back to the previous window in a few minutes and brush it again.
Step 10: Apply water from the hose in a thorough manner to remove all the dirt, foam and other substances from the window.
Step 11: Repeat the entire process before any dirty spots are left. When no spots remain, continue to the next window.
Step 12: Take your squeegee and rub it on the windows for attaining that polished look.
Step 13: Run the squeegee is an S pattern starting with the left corner until you reach the window’s end.
Step 14: Allow it to air dry.