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Dorsky01

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#1
Dose any body here ever clean double hung windows from the inside. I was messing around at home and decided to try it an it is awesome. No ladders needed, no standing in the cold. I was just wondering who else does this and if it is a good or bad idea
 
#2
On the rare occasion that I do a residential, I always check to see if they're double hung or not. I'd much rather clean the windows from the inside. You do have to be extra careful when working inside though. Change your water regularly, dirty water's hard to get out of carpet.
 
#3
Most residential w/c'rs prefer doing second story and higher windows from the indise. There is a stand made to facilitate the procedure. If you are interested, i can provide a link. Basically, once the second windows is removed, it is placed on this stand which leans the glass back and catches the water, drains it to the bucket. many make em out of PVC and a shortend gutter drilled on one end.
 
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Dorsky01

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#4
Thanks guys. Anyone from the cleveland Area ??? i was hoping to get a little bit of experience working with a pro and would be willing to do a days work for free to pick up on some new techniques.???
 
#5
drivewaysonly said:
Most residential w/c'rs prefer doing second story and higher windows from the indise. There is a stand made to facilitate the procedure. If you are interested, i can provide a link. Basically, once the second windows is removed, it is placed on this stand which leans the glass back and catches the water, drains it to the bucket. many make em out of PVC and a shortend gutter drilled on one end.

i would love to see a link..... [hello]
 
#6
cheez...as you are also on the window forum, check with mr squeegee over there. He makes em. They are cheaper but until then here ya go:

http://www.jracenstein.com/
JRacenstein.com (800) 221-3748 Professional Window Cleaning Supplies

click onlime shopping then useful accessories then win mate easle
 
#8
Knowing how to clean double hungs from the inside is a huge plus!

I usually use my WFP and / or clean everything from the outside, its more time efficient

Every once in a while though, there's that one window that you just cant access safely, so shuffle them up and down and get them from the inside!

Its time consuming, but sometimes its simply the better option
 

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