HOW DOES A WATER FED POLE SYSTEM WORK FOR WINDOW CLEANING
When using our water fed window pole system for window cleaning, we are able to safely wash windows up to 90 feet high from the ground! The water fed pole system uses purified water to clean windows. "Purified water" refers to water that has been cleaned, or "purified," by removing the vast majority of contaminants, or "total dissolved solids." This is done by running the tap water through a water purification system, then through a water fed pole (WFP) to rinse and brush to clean the window pane. The brush scrubs the contaminants from the glass, then the purified water rinses all the dirt and grime away and leaves the windows spot free.
What Are the Benefits of Water Fed Pole Cleaning?
- Much Safer
We are able to work without a ladder at most jobs.
- More Efficient
Exterior window jobs that may take 3+ hours can be done in almost half the time!
- Cost Friendly
We are able to offer a competitive pricing, saving you money with the same fantastic results!
- Brighter view
Pristine Mobile Wash always likes to say... "A clean window makes the world brighter!"
- Environmentally Friendly
Water fed pole systems use only purified water. There are no chemicals involved, so it’s better for the environment.
TDS METER (Total Dissolved Solids)
Water used while using a WFP for washing windows needs to have a total dissolved solids (TDS) count of just 10 or less. A TDS meter is a simple tool with an electrical probe in the bottom of it that runs electricity through the water and tells you how clean (or dirty) the water is.
NOTE: Pristine Mobile Wash has multiple window cleaning options for you to choose from. Compared to buying equipment and doing it yourself, hiring a professional service to wash your windows at your home and business will dramatically reduce the time it takes to complete the job. Our team is trained to tackle all jobs using the proper tools and techniques as well as the safety measures needed. We hope this post helps you make informed decisions going forward.