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  • Josiah Hart

How Does Pure Water Window Cleaning Work?

Cleaning windows can be a tedious task, especially if you live in a mid-rise building or have large, hard-to-reach windows. Using the latest technology, cleaning windows has become safer and more efficient. One such innovation is the use of our pure water window cleaning system. In this article, we'll take a closer look at how a pure water window cleaning system works and its benefits.

Our pure water window cleaning system works by using a three stage filtration process centered around reverse osmosis to remove impurities from tap water and produce pure water. We source water on site, then process it with a carbon and sediment filter, reverse osmosis membrane, and finally polish the water using a DI resin tank. The water produced by the system is charge neutral, pH neutral, and has no mineral content. We pump the pure water through a light weight hose and spray it onto the windows using a specialized carbon fiber pole, low pressure jet system, and soft fiber brush.

The brush has soft bristles made from nylon or boar's hair that scrub away dirt and grime from the surface of the window, and the pure water acts as a cleaning agent by dissolving and removing any remaining dirt or debris using the principles of osmosis. After they've been lifted and dissolved, we rinse away any contaminates or soap and the water is left to dry on the window, leaving no streaks or water spots.

One of the benefits of using a pure water window cleaning system is that it reduces the need for cleaning agents such as soaps or detergents, which can leave residue on the window and attract dirt and dust if not properly removed. Pure water systems also reduce the amount of time our technicians spend on ladders (our systems can clean up to 5 stories from the ground) and can provide a better and longer lasting end product to many of our clients.

Overall, a pure water window cleaning system is an efficient and environmentally-friendly way to clean windows, and can produce excellent results while reducing the risk of using ladders. It uses pure water as a cleaning agent, which is safe for surfaces, leaves no residue, and produces excellent results.

Commercial pure water window cleaning is effective, safe, and efficient
Commercial pure water window cleaning is effective, safe, and efficient


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