What is Pure Water Window Cleaning?

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What is Pure Water Window Cleaning?

Pure water window cleaning is a relatively new method of cleaning windows that uses pure water instead of traditional cleaning solutions. The pure water is filtered through a series of membranes and deionizing resin to remove impurities, minerals, and other contaminants, leaving behind pure water that is ideal for cleaning windows.

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When was Pure Water Window Cleaning Invented?

Pure water window cleaning as a method of cleaning windows using deionized or purified water has been around for several decades, but it was not widely adopted until the early 2000s. The process was initially developed for cleaning solar panels in the United States in the 1980s, but it was not until the advent of advanced water purification technology that it became a practical option for window cleaning.

The first commercially successful pure water window cleaning system was developed in the UK in the late 1990s by a company called Ionic Systems. The company's owner was inspired to develop the system after observing the effectiveness of purified water in cleaning solar panels.

Since then, pure water window cleaning has become an increasingly popular cleaning method in the UK, Europe, and North America. Its popularity has been driven by its effectiveness, eco-friendliness, and cost-efficiency compared to traditional window cleaning methods.

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What Are The Benefits?

Firstly, pure water window cleaning is an eco-friendly cleaning method. Traditional window cleaning solutions contain chemicals that can be harmful to the environment and also contribute to air pollution. Pure water window cleaning eliminates the need for these chemicals, making it a much greener and more sustainable option. 

Secondly, pure water window cleaning ensures a streak-free and spot-free finish. Because the water is free of minerals and impurities, it evaporates quickly and leaves no residue behind.  Additionally, because the cleaning process involves using a soft-bristled brush to scrub the windows and then rinsing them with pure water, there is less risk of scratches or damage to the glass.

Finally, the process is a time-efficient cleaning method. Because the cleaning process is done using a specialized water-fed pole, it eliminates the need for ladders and other equipment, making it much quicker and safer for the cleaner to complete the job. 

If you are interested in seeing what types of pure water window cleaning systems are available click here or contact us for more information.

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