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This issue of the American Window Cleaner magazine opens with the question of is it possible to be 100 percent accurate with a squeegee? AWC contributor Amber Twist explores that question and offers four helpful tips for increased accuracy. Sparkle Plus Window Washing Service's Steve Wagy offers a different point of view for accuracy. Wagy believes accuracy begins before the job even starts.

UV rays from the sun can cause cumulative damage over time to the eyes and skin. Window cleaners are especially prone to this damage since their work requires them to be outdoors most of the day. Window cleaner Bob Lawernce recommends using a special pair of sunglasses to further protect your eyes from sun damage and cataracts.

A window cleaner fell from his ladder and passed away in Fort Wayne, Indiana. However, it wasn't the fall that killed him - it was the 1,000 stings from European yellow jackets. He landed on their nest and aggravated the entire colony. AWC recommends always be aware of your surroundings while window cleaning for dangerous areas, animals, and insects!


  • Which entity should you label your window cleaning business as
  • Learn what costs not to cut when times are hard
  • Unger Enterprises expands their senior management team with an outside hire
  • The new AWC website is up and running

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