What is Pure Water Cleaning?
Pure water cleaning is a method for cleaning windows that simultaneously gets the best results with the least risk. Taking away the use of ladders, all work is undertaken from the ground using a water fed pole.
What is Pure Water?
The water leaving the end of the pole may look like ordinary tap water, but it’s actually far from it. In addition to hydrogen and oxygen, tap water also contains minerals. For drinking purposes the abundance of minerals is okay, however when it comes to cleaning, the likes of calcium, magnesium and other minerals in tap water remain when the water dries on the glass to leave unpleasant white spots and streaks.
Step One: Purification
Using technology developed by NASA and then adapted to other industries, tap water is forced at high pressure through a multi stage filtration process. This includes sediment and carbon filters, deionising resin and reverse osmosis membranes, which eventually takes water back to its purest state, meaning it is literally just H2O.
Step Two: Agitation
Once purified the water is ready to be used to clean. However, even the scrubbing has a little bit of science behind it. The first step is to agitate the window, using brushes specifically designed for the task. By scrubbing the windows debris is loosened from the glass. The pure water fed from jets in the brush head then attracts the loose dirt due to the loss of ions in the filtration process.
Step Three: Rinse
The windows are then thoroughly rinsed, washing off the dirt solutions leaving nothing but pure water on the windows. The pure water is then left to dry leaving a crystal clear finish within minutes. The same applies to the sills and frames meaning the whole window is cleaned.
Benefits to you
- Environmentally friendly and chemical free
- No soapy residue left
- Windows remain cleaner for longer
- Frames, sills and plastics get cleaned as well
- No ladders or access equipment required
Benefits to me
- Better cleaning results meaning happier customers!
- Cleaning from the ground, a lot safer!