No Suds Window Cleaning

Between the stretching and the wiping, the tendency to leave stains or streaks, and all the hard work, it’s no wonder a lot of people prefer to hire out cleaning their windows. To many, it’s a household chore best done by professionals.


However, even with the deals, you can get from, it’s not always a budget choice. There are times when you have to do it yourself.


One of the issues, when people do this, is streaking. These are stains in the window that “streak” along the surface of the glass. It’s unsightly and can be difficult to remove. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent this issue when you DIY window cleaning.


First, use distilled water.


Most of the time, as long as you’re using clean water, the quality of it isn’t a problem. With glass, though, you need to be more careful. Water content makes a huge difference. Hard water can be even worse.


Distilled water doesn’t have as many minerals that come with the tap. This prevents most streaking deposits in the mirror.


Another thing to remember is the use of vinegar.


Vinegar is one of those ingredients that just works for so many purposes. It’s tough not to have it. It’s useful because the proper solution can break down stains. Most cleaners are more expensive, though with vinegar you do have to contend with the smell.


I suggest using it on outdoor panes. That way, the wind will keep the smell from being too much of a concern.


Soap is one of those things that might seem like a good idea.


However, everyone knows that soap leaves suds. Suds can leave streaks on the glass of a window. If you use a proper cleaner or vinegar, you avoid this. Don’t use soap.


If you must add soap to the cleaning mixture, especially for an outdoor window that you need to be clear, go light on it. Only a little soap is required to remove dirt, and anything else can cause residue to form on the glass. Don’t get excessive – this isn’t laundry.


Don’t use paper towels. This is a grave error.


For whatever reason, people like using these for wiping their windows. This is a huge mistake because it can scratch the glass or leave stains. Paper towels weren’t designed for window cleaning.


Or, as noted, you could just hire professionals to do this part. It’d be a lot easier on you.

Fixing an appointment with a Neurosurgeon?


In the hospitals, Neurosurgeons are pretty “busybodies.” Sorry if that’s disgusting or irksome. No hard feelings. But it’s the truth. For the nature of their jobs, they are. We will only be deceiving ourselves to say that any issue with the brain doesn’t require immediate alacrity and attention – We know it sure does! Hence, these folks are always busy fixing one head or the other, to at least reduce to a considerable extent the numbers of mad people out there on the street.

If you ever said you saw a Neurosurgeon on time on your first visit to the hospital, I’d give you a hundred bucks. For reals! Because this is almost impossible except if you’ve been given some clues on how to strike an appointment with them.

Don’t worry if you’re reading this because I’m about to save you from the stress of waiting for ever!

In this entire post, if you won’t get any more thing, get the fact that Doctors have family members and they love them. Now, you may be wondering what it is that’s your concern exactly about the last statement but I’d want you to take some chill pills and just let’s take things slowly.

Knowing that Doctors have family members and are always biased at giving them attention, well, the problem is halfway solved. At this junction, the only thing needed of you is to find your way into their hearts and have a throne there just like their family members do. If a throne like their family members is not possible, then sculpture one akin to it. This is what I mean, be close to them; drive your love into their hearts.

And trust me, this may be about the craziest thing you’ve ever done in your life. You know what? Just stumble your way into any hospital and look beyond the long queue of people who want to see the Doctor. Get the Doctor’s cellphone number, walk out of the hospital and that’s all!

Mind you, you don’t just stop at getting the number. You give him a call. Be calm as possible, let him know your predicament. In fact, complicate it tad bit if that will give you his attention. Then, follow up closely for a week by calling him up-to 4 times asking about how is work is going and letting him know you’d want an appointment fixed.

Note that if you’re not a lady, you have to get a close female relative to do this for you. It’s just the norm, Doctors tend to hear ladies out the more.

The clue up there has worked for me over and over for the past few years. You also should try it out!