Foggy Windows S howing Lines?


#1

Good morning everyone.

I probably have 150 - 200 hours under my belt in cleaning windows. When i followed up with my most recent customer i asked how the cleaning went

her response: i only noticed that mirrors in bath when fogged have your squiggly lines

my question is my technique wrong, is this normal?

thanks from the mitten


#2

It happens on mirrors or windows when fogged.

If this customer does not like that appearance you could do a straight pull across the mirrors. Eliminate fanning should solve issue for her.


#3

Yeah, that’s pretty picky. Guess she doesn’t towel off mirrors. I searched mirror cleaning up top and got a couple AH Haa’s: I didn’t know you’re not supposed to use ammonia on mirrors, I did for 17 years. Old mirrors, yeah, I use non ammonia stuff. Also read SprayWay for mirrors. I do love the stuff and always have it in the truck. I also pass over mirrors with lint free cloth after cleaning. If this is your biggest gripe, learn and carry on. :slightly_smiling_face:


#4

I agree this is a picky concern but also easily corrected.

Imagine how happy this customer would be, this simple fix would show this customer you listen to feedback and respond.


#5

My curiosity got the best of me…What does " thanks from the mitten " mean ?


#6

The mitten means Michigan to me. The lower peninsula is shaped like a mitten.