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This issue of the American Window Cleaner magazine opens with a tribute to the late window cleaning giant Jim Willingham. He was a smalltown Texan and he and his wife operated New Day Window Cleaning Services. However, he was more well-known for his work outside his company such as helping to start the IWCA or his creation of window cleaning competitions.

J. Racenstein celebrates 100 years of business. Creator Joseph Racenstein founded the company in 1909 when he decided to travel by bicycle to offer window cleaning in New York City. Today, new ownership at J. Racenstein is reinvigorating the company by applying a modern business strategy to the same century-old business values.

Accounting is a foreign language to the owners and managers of many window cleaning businesses. Learn what accountants do, where to find one, and how to nurture your relationship with one. AWC contributor Amber Twist gives a year in review of all the different window cleaning associations out there. Two notable organizations she interviews are the IWCA and AUWC.


  • Learn if window cleaners should unionize
  • Read about the window cleaning solutions to avoid
  • IWCA looks to enter the Guinness Book of World Records
  • ReachMaster announces its new LL63 and LL46 models


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