Now that you have everything you need, it’s time to get down to business.
Step 1: Dip your sponge or window scrubber into your cleaning solution and squeeze out any excess. Apply the solution to the windows. There’s no real right or wrong way to do this. Some go side-to-side, others prefer up-and-down, while some choose the circle technique. If your mixture is in a spray bottle, simply spray the solution on to the window.
Step 2: Using a clean, lint-free towel, create a dry edge on the top of the windowpane. You can also do this with the corner of the squeegee.
Step 3: Place the squeegee on the top of the window, where you just created the dry edge. Then pull the squeegee down to clean off the solution. You don’t need to apply much pressure. Wipe the squeegee clean with the lint-free towel and repeat. Be sure to always move in an up-to-down motion until the whole window has been squeegeed.
Step 4: Wipe the frames using the cloth towel. Then use the microfiber towel to dry the glass, removing any excess water droplets left behind by the squeegee.
Then, take it inside. The process of the indoor-facing side of windows is slightly different (and easier!).
Step 1: Lay out an old towel to protect the floor and to catch any excess cleaning solution.
Step 2: Pour some of your cleaning solution into a spray bottle. Label the bottle so it is not confused with something else.
Step 3: Spray the cleaning solution onto the windowpane and dry it off with the microfiber towel.