How long does a pole need to wash a second story window?

24 feet
Poles 24 feet or longer will allow you to reach most second story windows and some third story windows.

How do you clean the outside of a high rise window?

Use a microfiber cleaning cloth to keep from scratching the glass, a plastic bucket for easy access to soap and water (or a vinegar solution), and a squeegee to wipe up soapy water with long, even swirls starting from top to bottom.

How do you clean a window you can’t reach?

Here are some tips:

  1. Gather your equipment.
  2. Spray down the window using your hose.
  3. Add a couple drops of your cleaning solution to your bucket of water and dip your brush or sponge into this.
  4. Using your extension pole, scrub the window with your brush/sponge.
  5. Rinse the window with your hose.

How do you clean windows too high to reach?

The safest way to clean windows that are out of reach is to keep your feet planted firmly on the ground and to clean the windows with a hose and extendable squeegee.

How do I clean my high rise balcony?

To clean your balcony or patio, start by removing all furniture, plants, and rugs, so you can get to the floor and other surfaces. Sweep the balcony clean with a dry broom, or use a vacuum to collect the dirt and dust. Using your favorite all-purpose cleaner and warm water, scrub the floors, railings, and walls.

How do you clean high ceilings?

In some ways, high ceilings are easier to clean than cabinets. Dust can quickly collect on the flat surfaces and dark corners above the cabinets. If you don’t have a small ladder, you should buy a dusting rod with an angled brush. Go over the surface with a dry duster, then follow up with a wet pad.

How do you clean inside unreachable windows?

Next up, spray the window with the vinegar and water solution – one part vinegar to one part water – or a commercial cleanser. Grab your squeegee, angle it towards the bottom of the window and work from top to bottom. Remember to wipe the squeegee with a clean, dry towel at the end of each pass.