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Window Cleaning

Missing your window shine?

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Who doesn't like clean windows? Here at Dirty South Pro Wash, we are here to help keep your home looking spotless. Your exterior windows often get over looked  because no one notices until they are up close. With our window cleaning techniques, we are able to restore the shine of those beautiful windows.

What window cleaning techniques do we use? We have two ways of cleaning your home's windows. The first is your traditional squeegee and mop. This is used on most single story homes that can be reached from the ground. Another window cleaning technique that we use is with a water fed pole system. This allows us to reach high windows in hard to reach places.

Exterior window cleaning is a process that involves the removal of dirt, dust, grime, and other contaminants from the exterior surfaces of windows. Keeping windows clean enhances the appearance of a building, allows more natural light to enter interior spaces, and contributes to overall maintenance. Here's a detailed overview of exterior window cleaning:

Benefits of Exterior Window Cleaning:

  1. Enhanced Appearance: Clean windows improve the overall aesthetic appeal of a building, both from the inside and outside.

  2. Increased Natural Light: Clean windows allow more natural light to enter interior spaces, creating a brighter and more inviting atmosphere.

  3. Longer Window Lifespan: Regular cleaning helps prevent the buildup of contaminants that can contribute to the deterioration of window surfaces.

  4. Improved Energy Efficiency: Clean windows maximize the efficiency of natural sunlight, potentially reducing the need for artificial lighting.


Exterior window cleaning is a routine maintenance task that contributes to the overall cleanliness and attractiveness of a building. Whether done by homeowners or hired professionals, regular cleaning ensures that windows remain clear and functional, providing unobstructed views and maintaining the integrity of the window materials.

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