Everybody is bundling up today. Man,..... it is cold out there. So for winter window washing , we use thinsulate or gortex gloves, then chemical gloves (rubber) over the internal gloves. (can be found at the Home Depot for 3.99 a pair) Warm hats, longjohns, wool socks, warm waterproof boots.
I`m sure some of you are much colder than we are. Any tips for Winter Window Washing Survival?
Kevin: We use silk gloves inside the Unger window washing gloves, the neoprene skin diver type ones. Works excellent. Of course outside clothing hats , coats etc. to keep warm and deflect the wind. Find biggest problem is ice build up on metal pole or back of squeegee.