You’re probably wondering what pure water window cleaning actually is. After all, water is just water, right? Well, you’d be wrong there. The difference between water and pure water is that the water has been deionised and treated to remove any impurities. When cleaning your windows you don’t want to use typical tap water, as this makes it difficult to achieve that flawless finish you’re looking for. Tap water contains mineral and dissolved solid particles, so when cleaning windows it is best to use purified water.
How does it work?
Pure water window cleaning is currently a popular choice for window cleaners, providing a reliable solution that doesn’t involve harsh chemicals. But how does it actually work? Well, once it’s being used on your windows you’ll find that pure water is free from any chemicals and minerals that are often put into tap water and makes it an inefficient option for window cleaning. Window cleaners will typically purify their water by using methods such as reverse osmosis and deionisation – the water will then be stored in suitable containers and environments to keep it pure. The pure water will then be used to clean your windows before often being left to dry naturally, giving you that streak-free and crystal-clear finish that you’re looking for.
What are the benefits of pure water window cleaning?
You may not know that the residue left behind by using tap water and detergents is what can attract dirt to your window, so by using pure water window cleaning you are removing this film of grime-attracting soap from your windows – which will keep your windows looking fresher for longer. Pure water is also a more eco-friendly alternative to tap water and chemicals, preventing any of those harsh chemicals from entering the garden and harming any wildlife. Pure water is completely harmless to both your property and the environment around it – as well as leaving your windows looking better than ever.
As you can see, pure water window cleaning comes with many benefits and is a reliable alternative to the traditional water and detergent option that is so often used when cleaning windows.
Pure water window cleaning – where to find out more
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