Isopropyl alchohol in the water. Also a pair of the Unger window washing gloves. Like neoprene wet suit. Wet hands a little, put on, really helps keep the hands warmer in the winter when doing windows. Biggest problem, ice building up on extension poles. Good to around -15degress celsius
Oh, ok.. I was just saying that its pretty common at least in Michigan winter window washing to use winshield washer fluid at a cost of .99 a gallon, Looking on line Isopropyl was anywhere between-$7-$13 a gallon
I was asked if you use Rain X or just the regular, also would you use this all year or just in winter? I was thinking of using this on a regular basis or should I go with I think the name was Star Shine??
Wow thats cheap. We rarely ever go below $10 window and sometimes get as much as $20 window.But then again we don't have much competition here. We only use professional concentrated window cleaner . It is very cheap when diluted with water. It is also nice when customer ask what we use , to say ; a commercial concentrate window cleaner. Its something they can't run out and buy . That just our approach . I know that there are several that use household chemicals and thats fine and works well also. I just like different approach.
What is a fair price for cleaning 5x5 windows in and out. This acct I do a weekly cleaning of the office space. I was thinking around 5.50 for each window. There is about 80 windows all ground floor level. No ladders.
Need to give a quote on 20 windows with screens. One of the windows have alot of panes. Can be done from the inside. Lives over an hour away from me. Price with screens - $210.00 Price w/out screens - $160.00 I have not seen the windows. Residential Am I on the right track here or do you think I am too high??
I would guess this is a little low. We get for standard ground floor window $10 EACH. $3 TO $5 For screens and we would charge a .40 mile each way charge for travel expenses. The window with a lot of panes, I would have to see but it would be higher than standard.