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Windows, Doors & Conservatories


Southfield WINDOWS LTD


Serving the South Hams for 25 years Aluminium & UPVC -


Windows, Patio and Bi-folding Doors, Curtain Walling, Patent Glazing.


Replacement & New Build. 13710 01803 866955


Babbage Road, Totnes, TQ9 5JA windows@southfieldgroup.co.uk southfieldgroup.co.uk/southfieldwindows


and have the clearest view of your world with bright, sparkling windows and glass


For a traditional window cleaner that's hard to beat, mix 50 parts vinegar to 50 parts distilled water and just spray the clear solution on to your windows.


Vinegar, being acidic, combats alkaline limescale residue and streaks rain leaves behind. Acid reacts with alkaline, turns into carbon dioxide and water – leaving you with squeaky clean, sparkling windows.


You don't collect limescale on the inside, but once you see results on the 'dirty' side, you'll never want to use anything else.


This solution is equally effective on mirrors, glass topped furniture or surfaces and perfect for washing glass vases.


Wipe the solution off and dry your windows with scrumpled up newspapers – the fibres used in newsprint are denser than in paper towels so more absorbent, less likely to fall apart - for amazing results.


A tried-and-tested method from years ago and your glass will be cleaner than you thought possible.


As the paper gets wet, you will have ink transfer to your hands but this easily washes off.


Or use the professionals' tool of choice – the squeegee. There are very few window cleaners without this in their tool kit for one simple reason – they work, time and time again to deliver the right results, window after window.


Avoid using soapy water if possible as soap often leaves streaky marks, negating all your hard work. For particularly messy or stubborn stains (eg bird spatter), clean them off as soon as possible using a minimum amount of soap dissolved in hot water and dry immediately.


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WHEN I'M CLEANING WINDOWS.... Stock up on vinegar - recycle your old newspapers -


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