If there are any particularly stubborn stains or bird mess, you can either scrub them vigorously or apply a small amount of vinegar to a newspaper and use that to clean them off. Once finished, rinse all the soap suds off and then use the squeegee to remove the excess water. This should stop any streaks from forming on the glass as it dries.
The amount of time it takes will vary, depending on how many windows you’ve got. We’d have to recommend getting a professional in to clean your top-floor window, but otherwise, it should be relatively straightforward. At the end of the day, cleaning metal windows is no different to cleaning UPVC ones.
We tend to set aside a few hours every month and clean all our windows in one go, but some people prefer to do them as and when they need to. It’s not a difficult task though and if you stick some of your favourite music on in the background, can even be quite fun. To round off, we'll leave you with one piece of advice; wash your windows on an overcast day. If it's overly bright and sunny, they'll dry quickly and you'll get streaks on the glass.
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