Glass windows are now a major component of the modern home. Their cost effectiveness, durability and beauty make them a popular choice for all types of homes. The most common types of glass windows are freestanding glass panes, which open from the interior of the house, and solid paneled glass.
Before this technology was introduced, glass panes were usually used in houses or other buildings. This was because of their high cost and difficulty in installation. They had to be cut and sanded into place before being set, which was inconvenient and made it impossible to completely clean the window’s surface.
Today, there are many types of self-cleaning windows available. These include: recessed panes, which do not have any parts of the glass open on the interior of the house; glass inserts, which provide a set and a screen that allow the user to prevent dust and pollen from entering the room; and hinged glass doors, which close in the same way as the glass windows. All these allow the user to clean the interior of the window using the same materials that would be used on the exterior of the house. The only difference is that the glass window must be cleaned differently.
The first step is to remove the cover of the window. You will need to remove the retaining ring and replace it with a clamping mechanism. This allows you to open the window and let the cleaner work through the screen and into the inner side of the panes.
Next, apply the solution. Make sure you do not overdo it. The more you do it, the harder it becomes. Do not leave it on the screen for too long, either. Make sure you do not leave it on the door for too long, as well.
Washing the solution out will only cause it to look worse. After a few days, check the screen for debris. If it is visibly dirty, you can put it back on.
Once you are finished, remove the backing from the frame. In many cases, you will have to put screws into the frame to keep it together. This prevents the frame from shifting when the screen is opened. If you want to replace the screen later, you will have to take these screws out.
Replace the screen. Use a razor blade to scrape away the residue from the screen. When the screen has dried, clean it with a piece of tissue paper.
Finally, put some anti-mildew spray on the cleaning cloth. Squeeze the nozzle onto the cloth and run it through the screen. Repeat the process with another piece of the cloth. When you feel that you have gotten the majority of the cleaning solution out, it is time to wipe the entire area with a dry towel.
The final step is to put the window back up in the window frame. If the frame appears to be out of place, you may have to adjust it until it feels right.
The final step is to seal the windows with a standard vinyl window sealer. This allows the cleaning to last much longer.