Browse through our complete collection of Water-Fed Cleaning Packages. If you’re running a window cleaning business or simply want an efficient water cleaning system for your home, these pure water systems are your best choice. Check out different packages from the industry’s top brands: XERO, Unger, Tucker, and Ettore. Pure water cleaning has revolutionized the way we clean windows and surfaces. If you want to get started with your water-fed cleaning journey, you’re going to need the basic components. Use the different categories to find a product that best suits your business’s needs.
What Is Pure Water Window Cleaning?
Waterfed window cleaning works on the premise of using pure water to clean surfaces. This leaves a spot-free finish, which eliminates the need to squeegee every window after cleaning it. The pure water system will take source water and remove the impurities before it is fed through your window cleaning pole and brush.
How Do You Clean Windows with Pure Water?
Pure water systems are divided based on whether you will be working with hard or soft water. Consider working with total dissolved solids (TDS) of under 100 as soft and over 100 as hard. If you're unsure what water is in your area of coverage, check your TDS here. Our systems feature different stages of filtration to ensure water is pure through either DI or RO/DI filtration. Replacement filters, parts, and fittings are available for when you need them to keep your system running efficiently.
How Does Window Pole Cleaning Work?
Pure water cleaning makes use of a water-fed pole to reach windows at height. The brush at its upper end lifts off the dirt from windows and other surfaces. The water loosens up and rinses the debris. It’s crucial to use purified water to ensure that the glass dries clear. Make sure to find a durable product that lasts for a long time.
How to Choose Poles for Window Cleaning
Determine the length you need for pure water cleaning based on the sort of jobs you'll be taking on. Will you be working on low buildings with one or two stories, or large structures with up to five stories? Although their telescopic design allows you to work with varying lengths locked in, you don't want to end up with a product that's too long and heavy if you are only working on low jobs. The products come in a variety of materials, such as aluminum, fiberglass, or carbon fiber, with varying levels of stiffness and weight. Some poles are designed for everyday use and others only for occasional use. Each one is equipped with a brush to get you started, but there are many others to choose from when you want to upgrade or change it out. Feeling a bit overwhelmed with all the choices? Give us a call or send a message through the live chat at the bottom of the screen. Our knowledgeable staff will happily walk you through determining the perfect water-fed package.