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Issue 25 of the American Window Cleaner magazine begins with some excellent window cleaning advice from veterans of the industry Jerry Rigdon and Henry Grover, Jr. That advice also includes how to protect yourself from the bitter cold, harsh chemicals, and how to prevent windows from freezing. Window cleaner Steve Cowell provides some relatable winter moments from the good to the bad.

Gary Mauer, inventor of the "Scooter," explains in great detail how to use the attachment and enthusiastically cites its benefits. Northeastern Building Maintenance Systems' Stefan Bright goes through the unique job a window cleaner must face when cleaning up the aftermath of construction workers. AWC Publisher Rich Fabry suggests the idea of networking, primarily through the magazine, to help make connections and unite the window cleaning community.

Carl Pederson, President of the International Window Cleaning Association (IWCA), laments the time he was injured when improperly setting up his equipment and urges window cleaners to take the extra time to avoid any accidents. Jackie Kopp, Executive Vice-President of IWCA, explains that AWC and IWCA are different entities that provide various benefits and encourage subscriptions. Bill Lussenheide of Sunshine Window Cleaning Service debunks some common misconceptions surrounding window cleaners.


  • Learn some great tips for surviving the brutal winters on the job
  • Publisher Rich Fabry encourages networking
  • Why you should take the extra time to properly secure your equipment
  • Read some common misconceptions made about window cleaners

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