Conservatories: making the glass shine like new

> Conservatories: successfully cleaning windows inside and out

> With pure water for a streak-free result

> Classic combo for heavily soiled window surfaces: squeegees and washers

Conservatories are a fine addition to any home, a greenhouse for overwintering sensitive plants and as year-round living space. To keep the beauty from being besmirched by dirty windows, they need to be cleaned regularly, both inside and out. clean Magazine has some tips for particularly useful solutions.

Whether spring or autumn, the right tools can deliver impeccably clean glass surfaces in your conservatory. Cleaning a conservatory, of course, means lots of windows inside and out that need to be cleaned. 

But it can be done without a ladder. Really! Cleaning conservatory glass with pure water

Dust, leaves, bird droppings, and other deposits caused by different weather conditions will leave their trace on the outside of your conservatory. Choose the right solution depending on how dirty they are.

With pure water cleaning systems, cleaning the outside is almost as if by magic. Water in its purest form without any minerals has outstanding cleaning power. Its physical properties allow it to absorb dirt from the surface and provides streak-free results without using any chemicals or soap.
Especially handy: the UNGER nLite One Carbon telescopic pole, you can work safely and steadily from the ground at heights up to 12 metres (4 storeys), even without a ladder. Angle brushes such as the nLite angle brush from UNGER are ideal for conservatory surfaces, corners, and frames.
Hints on assembling the right pieces for your pure water system can be found here.

If the glass is very dirty, rely on the proven classics: washers and squeegees.

Cleaning conservatories with washers and squeegees

In order to remove stubborn dirt, first soften it with water. Washers with extra long scrubbing fibres that can absorb a lot of water deliver a particularly high cleaning power.
After a thorough scrubbing, it's time to squeegee off the remaining water so that the glass is left with a streak-free shine.
Need to go higher? No problem. Simply mount your washeror squeegee to a telescopic pole. This will let you work safely and steadily from the ground at heights up to 10 metres (4 storeys).
The interior window surfaces can also be cleaned in the classic way with a washer and squeegee. A conventional washer is usually sufficient here, since the inner glass panes are usually less dirty. 

Have experience cleaning conservatories? Then send us photos of your results on Facebook. We can't wait to see them.

 

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