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Hard water deposits are derived from water that contains a high mineral content. This type of water usually consists of magnesium and calcium along with other compounds. These mineral compounds are collected and dissolved into the water as it passes through the ground. The problem is that the hard water will evaporate from a surface …

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Stage One: This stage usually happens when hard water has been sprayed onto a window once or twice with ground water from a sprinkler or garden hose. After the water has evaporated, visible spots are left behind. Stage Two: At this stage the mineral deposit has started to build up to the point where it …

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Post construction window cleaning involves some of the most difficult challenges in the window cleaning industry today. Although most builders do make an attempt to protect windows during construction, many fail to accomplish this goal, leaving the window cleaner to deal with how to best remove construction debris (plaster, paint, texture, concrete, tape, stickers) and …

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In recent years, as a result of contaminated or defective surfaces on some tempered and heat-strengthened glass, construction window cleaners have been exposed to new challenges and unforeseen liability in construction window cleaning. When standard construction window cleaning techniques are employed to clean the contaminated or defective surfaces on poor quality tempered or heat-strengthened glass, …

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