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Water spots. Need I say more? These pesky stains prove to be a nightmare for window cleaners everywhere. Luckily, outlined in this 1986 issue of the American Window Cleaner, you can learn some tips and tricks on removing or even preventing water spots altogether. The front page details the causes of water spots by the President of Dalgord Chemistry Industries, Inc., as well as solution research.

In addition, there's a column which discusses a new and easy way to move all your equipment! Do you ever get tired of climbing over the walls of three-story office buildings, cleaning all the windows, then grabbing your equipment, and making the trek all over again to another location? Jack Fitch, a 35-year window cleaning veteran created the "Horse" to resolve all the aforementioned issues.

"The Art of Residential Door-To-Door Canvassing," by Publisher Richard Fabry is a column in this newsletter that will greatly help your exposure. If you're struggling to build your clientele and need some tips and tricks, then this issue is for you. Fabry explains the numerous benefits of canvassing and why you should always be advertising the services you offer. These are just a few topics discussed in this highly informative publication.


  • How to get rid of hard water spots
  • LaRue Coleman discusses why he dove into window cleaning full-time
  • Learn about the genius invention of the "Horse"
  • How to decide which sponge to use


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