Beautiful view>> heres a tip for winter window cleaning…if at all possible, try and work on the sunny side first and follow the sun during the day…I know this will not always work, but especially first thing in the morning ill hit the sunny side first, then worry about the rest once the temp has warmed a bit.
Also as far as detailing…that gets tricky, i find especially with big gloves its tough to detail properly so i do take off my glove often for the areas i need to detail. The rags will freeze up on you too if they get too wet, i try to change to a dry one often. I have tons of rags in the van at all times so its not a problem.
In time you will learn to mix your wwf with your water properly. Try using less water than you normally do and then compensating for wwf. otherwise youll be adding tons of wwf for a bucket, and unless your cleaning tons of windows with it, youll be wasting it. In winter i never put more than 2 gallons of water in my bucket…then i add wwf to do the job. if i get low on water or its not strong enough and freezing i have room to add more wwf…the colder it is the less water i use. otherwise id have my bucket full to the brim. This week ive used the -45 purple wwf from Walmart, its like 2.27 a 4L i think, its not too bad, stained the velcro on my scrubbers though lol.
This winter when the temperature hits all time lows, im gonna get Jen to take a pic of me cleaning windows outside to add to my website lol