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This gripping issue of the American Window Cleaner highlights Publisher Rich Fabry's experience at the historic Southwest Window Cleaners seminar. While there, a lucky few window cleaners broke world records in a variety of activities and much more! Fabry recounts all the exciting events and drama-filled moments of the convention. This is a scoop you won't want to miss!

Insurance expert Jackie Kopp also attended the seminar to lead a discussion on insurance. However, she finished the seminar being promoted to President of the International Window Cleaning Association - learn how that happened! Seminars aside, there is a call to action to help women window cleaners infiltrate a primarily male field. Ed Sevcik of Absolute Systems suggests the extra business of ceiling and wall washing to bring in more income.

Window cleaner Henry Grover, Jr. offers some advice on how to clean mirrors safely and adequately. Lianne Miller of Great Lakes Window Cleaning recalls the squeegee's timeline and how far it's come over the years. The squeegee passed through many countries and many different versions of itself to become what we know it as today. The Window Cleaning Contest winner Donald Young gives an exclusive interview about his methodology for the perfect window.


  • Publisher Rich Fabry shares his Southwest Window Cleaners Seminar experience
  • Women of the window cleaning industry are encouraged to enter the field
  • Steve Davis of CrystalClear Vision teaches you how to create a contract
  • Learn how to clean mirrors both effectively and safely


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