External Window Cleaning – Soft or Hard Water
It’s a fact that window cleaning prevent glass degradation. Dirt particles will enter the glass’ rivets, which then can contaminate and corrode the windows. Regular cleaning will ensure the windows continue to look and perform perfectly, helping to prevent small problems which could turn into bigger issues. Dirty windows can also affect natural lights to our home, and in soft water areas where water is low in minerals, the water can attract other contaminants, affecting residents’ mood and health.
Whereas, if hard water is left untreated, or if you use it to clean your windows, it can cause limescale, containing 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.