Its the New Year of 2018 and time to clean up !
Get out your cleaning list and organise your cleaning schedule, it maybe your home or business. For your home you may need your windows, gutters, doors, conservatory, driveway or walls cleaned. After the winter months the exterior of our homes can get a little dirty and clogged up with all the winter elements that have been thrown at it.
It’s time to clean up those dirty windows and unblock those gutters and get your driveways cleaned from all the moss and slime that may have built up.
There is no time to waste start your cleaning up now and if you book TWO services at the same time GET YOURSELF A SPECIAL PRICE!
New Year of 2018 and time to clean up your BUSINESS!
Just like your home, your business needs a New Year clean up getting ready for the new season and the new customers arriving. Depending on your business windows is a good place to start and don’t forget the gutters and down pipes. Entrance ways and doors, including walls. If you have a customer car park, it maybe a good time to have it power washed and cleaned removing all the moss, slim and build up of dirt ready and clean to begin the year.
If the winter months has seen your exterior wall or doors vandalised with graffiti, then get us out to sort it out, asap.
If you book TWO services at the same time GET YOURSELF A SPECIAL PRICE!
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Written by Bernadette Kyriacou
How to Clean Frosted Glass
What You’ll Need – Rubber or latex gloves – Glass cleaner – Newspaper or paper towels – Abrasive sponge – Wet & dry emery paper – Window cleaner – Lint-free cloth
There is a huge difference between normal glass and frosted glass; normal glass is flat, transparent and shiny, while frosted glass is translucent and marked with pits.
Frosted glass is mostly used for bathroom windows and shower doors because when light falls on this type of glass, it scatters in various directions to provide privacy by blurring the image on the other side.
You can clean frosted glass in the same way as normal glass, but the pits can get very dirty, making it necessary to use a slightly different technique to clean them properly.
wear the gloves before you start cleaning. It is important as a safety precaution for your hands but also so you don’t leave unsightly finger marks on your newly cleaned glass.
Spray and Wipe the Glass
Spray the frosted glass with a glass cleaner and then rub with newspaper or paper towels in circular movements. Old newspapers are known to clean well and leave glass sparkling. If the specific glass pane is very dirty, you need to use an abrasive sponge as well.
Use an Abrasive Sponge
If your glass is mounted in a wooden frame, be very careful when you are using the abrasive sponge that you do not go over the wooden frame, as you might scratch the paint off the wood.
Go over the glass in circular motions with the abrasive sponge until you are satisfied that most of the dirt and grime is gone.
Remove Metal Marks with Wet-and-Dry Emery Paper
Metal can easily damage frosted glass as well. To remove the metal marks, use a soaked wet-and-dry emery paper that has a roughness close to that of the frosted glass itself. If you use an emery paper that is too smooth, you may scratch it and therefore damage the glass. A good way to make sure that the emery paper is similar in texture as the glass is by directly comparing their feel with your bare hands.
Rub the streak with the emery paper in a circular movement as if you are normally cleaning the frosted glass. Keep rubbing until you see that the streak is gone. Rub the pits around the streak as to remove any other spots and to make sure the surface looks uniform.
When you have successfully managed to remove all streaks from your frosted glass with the wet-and-dry emery paper, you can clean it with a regular window cleaner, wiping it off and polishing the glass with a lint-free cloth.
With these tools and techniques, you should easily be able to keep your frosted glass looking pristine for years to come.
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