Cleaning Very Dirty Windows

I need to clean my business windows. I'm on a busy main road were anything from farm vehicles, semis, cars, and so on are passing. There is lots of wind blowing dirt, chemicals, and more. I've cleaned the outside windows with Windex, ammonia, vinegar, and tried the toothpaste. I still have these dirty not appealing spots on the window. What else do I try before paying $300 for my 9'x9' window to be cleaned by a pro.


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February 1, 20170 found this helpful

I would use some clothes or dish detergent, make a lather, and using some sort of brush or cloth, really build up a lather and scrape those windows. THen, rinse it off. YOU might also consider treating your windows with some special covering that eluded dirt.

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February 3, 20170 found this helpful

I make my own window cleaner. I put a little ammonia, a little white vinegar and a squirt of blue Dawn in a spray bottle. Fill with warm water. Use a microfiber cloth to clean.

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