So, you have spent hours making your solution, searching for the right-sized squeegee and scrubbing away at your windows only to wait for them to dry and be covered in streaks. How disheartening. What do you do now to remove those visually unappealing streaks from the glass?
It can be helpful to know first of all why these streaks even appear. There are many reasons for why these streaks result in the first place. One reason could be due to the use of hard water, which contains minerals which will be deposited on the surface once the water has evaporated. Secondly, if you have used a paper towel or if you used a newspaper to remove the liquid, both of these materials can leave streaks on the surface of the glass.
So, if you used any of those things mentioned, then it is handy to know to avoid the use of both of them next time you clean your windows. You can use a mixture of vinegar and water to avoid the streaks. In addition, a squeegee or microfibre cloth are best to wipe the solution off.
Realistically, the only thing that can be done to remove streaks at that point is to repeat the process using the vinegar water solution, and a squeegee or microfibre cloth. We would recommend getting in touch with a professional, such as our team here at Prudential Window Cleaning, as we use only the best equipment and our years of experience in the business will ensure that you are left with crystal clear, streak-free windows.