There was once a time when ladders, a bucket and a sponge were the only available tools around for window cleaning, while a head for heights was an essential requirement.
But now, thanks to the ingenuity of its creators in Denmark, wash technology has transformed the art of cleaning and found a solution for all those hard-to-reach places.
Like all the best inventions, it’s a simple solution for a common problem, consisting of a lightweight carbon pole, micro-fibre pad and a waist band which take the strain off the user.
The new wash technology completely eradicates the need for detergent, which is not only better for the environment, but also for cleaning and maintenance budgets.
Instead of using chemicals, the system removes dirt and minerals from glass surfaces with jets of pure, ionised water, meaning there are no harmful bi-products.
The powerful, ecological nature of the system’s jets are designed to minimise the use of water per surface clean.
This type of window cleaning system leaves minimal water at ground level, making it a safe method for cleaning indoors, especially in busy areas of buildings with heavy footfall such as reception areas, hotel entrances and shopping centres.
Perhaps its best asset, however, is the fact that it can be operated entirely from ground level.
Not only does this mean people with a fear of heights can no longer shirk their window cleaning duties, but also makes health and safety less of a concern for businesses when cleaning is involved.
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