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How the Water-Fed Pole System Work for Window Cleaning

Hey everyone! Victoria, Head of PR and Marketing here at Team Tidal. I was really keen to personally speak to you this month. The reason being is that before I did my own research and started working for Tidal Cleaning Services, I experienced something that you might be able to relate to.

Have you previously had your windows cleaned using the water-fed pole system and been a little disappointed with the results? I hear you!

Have you often wondered why when using this system, your window cleaner didn’t finish the job and leave your windows nice and dry? Me too!

Have you questioned how your local window cleaner can use the water-fed pole system for window cleaning your entire house in half the time and still be as thorough as your old cleaner who used his bucket and sponge? I know I have!

In fact, I’ll be completely honest with you. I’ve cancelled my window cleaning service because of this in the past. I didn’t understand how the water-fed pole window cleaning technology worked, so understandably I assumed that this was just another gadget and longed for the traditional method to return.

Had my window cleaner shared more about the water-fed pole system for window cleaning or ensured that the answers to my questions were readily available through the company website, it’s more than likely that I would have been a happy, loyal customer for life! Now sitting on the other side of the fence, I wanted to make sure that you were in the know and weren’t left feeling dissatisfied.

So, if like me you’ve questioned ‘how does a water-fed pole system work for window cleaning?’ Read on to find out more.

The facts

At Tidal we implement a five-stage filtration process to remove any impurities from the tap water that we use. Aiming to achieve a TDS (Total dissolved solids) reading of 000 PPM (parts per million) in our water, means that there are 0 particles remaining and that it is pure.

This process enables the water to act as a magnet and attract and remove any dirt and grime from your windows. Following a thorough clean and rinse, the deionised water droplets can be left to evaporate naturally without drying manually, leaving your windows streak-free.

The process

Starting with the frame, we clean your UPVC and work the brush to flex and reach those tricky corners. Once they are gleaming, we start on the glass in a v-like motion moving from top to bottom collecting and removing any dirt and grime.

Following with a rinse and finishing with a clean of your sills and ledges, your window cleaning is complete and left to naturally dry.

The results

Bright, sparkly, shining, and streak-free windows are achieved in less time than using traditional methods!

Now I know what you’re thinking—if the technology is so good then why might my windows not have been left spotless in the past?

It could be that the window cleaner hasn’t used water that is pure enough or that steps have been missed and the cleaning wasn’t thorough enough.

I can’t speak for other window cleaning companies and their processes, but rather than the fault of the system, these are often the reasons in our experience.

Here at Tidal our professional and reliable UK window cleaners use the most modern equipment, complete in-depth training, and follow a tried and tested cleaning process to ensure that we are always at the top of our game.

If you haven’t already experienced our services or if like me, you’ve previously cancelled your clean, I’m hoping that sharing what I’ve learnt with you today means you’ll try us first hand or come back to us again.

You may request a free quote to get started or drop us a message for any questions or concerns.

From all at Team Tidal.

Water droplet image by@humes