You know your mowed lawn looks fabulous but looking through the window you see fog and cobwebs rather than glorious shades of green and a colorful mid-summer garden. Something is just not right.You are suffering from window cleaning denial. It is time. In fact, if your windows function as flat terrariums or your curtains stay closed to hide the problem it is probably past time.


We at Belizema Cleaning understand that window cleaning often finds its way to the bottom of many to-do lists.

Want to know some of our tricks?

– Choose A Dry, Cloudy Day
How often you clean your windows or skylights depends on where you live and how dirty they get, but the interior surface usually needs cleaning twice a year; the exterior, once. Tackle this chore on a cloudy day or when the windows are in the shade because direct sunlight will cause streaking. Clean windows from the top-down, applying the cleaning solution using the slightly dampened sponge.

-Spring Cleaning Your Kitchen
Our kitchens are one of the most trafficked rooms in our households; we make our meals here together and it can be a gathering place during the holidays. Therefore, it’s important to regularly give your kitchen a good spring cleaning. Start by sorting through your refrigerator and your freezer, throwing away any old and expired food. Clean your oven with cleaners that get rid of tough, baked-on grease and food spills. Clean your cooktop stove by removing the knobs, burners, burner covers, and spill catchers from the stove.

– Remove Dirt And Dust First
Get rid of the bugs. While the screen is off, brush or vacuum the loose dirt, bugs, or cobwebs. Dip a soft-bristled brush into the mixture and gently scrub the track. Use a damp rag to wipe away soapy residue.

– Vinegar Works, Too
Vinegar and cloth are all you need. Mix 1 part vinegar to 1 part hot water. To remove previously used cleaning solution from the window, add a few drops of dish soap. Place mixture in a spray bottle and wipe clean with a cotton cloth.

– Use Microfibre Cloths And Water
If your windows are given a regular wipe over and aren’t revoltingly filthy, you can utilize a moist microfibre fabric to wet them. It is also a dry material (or a progression of dry ones) to get them dry and accomplish a streak-free finish.
The advantage of these fabrics is that they can be just flown in the clothes washer, prepared for use next time, making them a decently eco- friendly method of cleaning windows. Furthermore, you can utilize a squeegee before you get dry the windows with your microfibre material to eliminate the fabrics you use and take care of business considerably quicker.

– Remove paint stains
To remove paint spatters you spot: For recently applied paint, use water or glass cleaner (for latex paint) or a cloth dipped in turpentine (oil-based paint). Glass cleaner could soften water-based paint, so if some gets on a painted surface, blot it off—don’t rub. The paint will harden once it’s dry. Wipe away putty marks with ammonia.

– Use a Sponge
We don’t all have a window cleaners’ squeegee sticking around the house, yet don’t stress. Squeegees simply involve two or three wipes so that you can utilize a similar wipe as you at first applied the vinegar at this stage. You, at that point, should use that wipe to apply your cleaning formula to the window. If the wipe is squeaking excessively, include a clean all the more washing up fluid. Try not to be tricked by utilizing old paper – that is the most significant urban fantasy of the window cleaning world.