What Should You Do....Window Cleaning in the Snow


#1

#2

Just do it. If you get cold, you’re not moving fast enough!


#3

I agree JUST DO IT. With business accounts most want it done either way and with the drive you put in that’s a no brainier. With my weekly accounts the same what I found works for me if its raining Ill do inside only if they are grouped together and just pass by and do out the next day better then sitting home :sunglasses:


#4

Of course, I’m just saying “Just do it.” because… IT’S NOT ME!!

But I’ve been there, I’ve done it, I got the t-shirt and then moved to a more temperate climate.


#5

C’mon pros! If a vid. is put out, check the audio first! This audio is terrible. Speak up, project, make sure the mic is close. Just a few pointers from a sound tech, slash, window washer.


#6

Rain/Snow has a TDS of 0… It wouldn’t matter if it was hitting the glass or not.


#7

Yeah, but it’s super annoying. Especially when you get the itch to “detail” the rain drops.


#8

True lol


#9

All the customer knows is
“only crazy people wash windows in the rain. “


#10

Our local UK rain is minimum TDS18. Must be the traffic.


#11

My route jobs seem to judge me favorably for being dedicated enough to show up.
My residential customers seem to prefer that I wait until a dry day.
:confused:


#12

#13

Kinda hard to be consistent and reliable when you only clean the windows when nobody thinks it’s going to rain. lol