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Conservatories Window Cleaning – Soft or Hard Water

 

 

Conservatories have become a staple of the family home, and for good reason. Its versatility, welcoming nature and comparatively simple home extension means it is quickly becoming a focal point for happy memories. Over time conservatory glass can start to wear. It’s easy for dirt and grime to build up on the surface, which due to the amount of glass in the structure can become visible from both inside and outside. The amount of dirt that builds up on the windows will affect how much natural light comes through, impacting the warmth of the room as well as how the room feels.

If hard water is left untreated, or if you use it to clean your conservatories, it can cause limescale, which contains calcium and magnesium, to build up on your windows or frames. It’s crucial to remove any stubborn spots on the windows which may affect the appearance of your home. If you are looking to clean windows in hard water areas we would recommend using RO filtration, this is a water process where you demineralize or deionize water which filters out any molecules or large particles, such as salt, chlorine and any other contaminants.