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This issue of the American Window Cleaner magazine opens with window cleaner John Baxter. He emphasizes the importance of bidding appropriately in order to receive the maximum amount of payment especially for a post-construction cleanup (PCC). The Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is a vital bit of knowledge for the safety of window cleaners and is further expanded upon. Window cleaner Ken Raddon compares athletic shoes to work shoes and describes why the latter is the ideal choice.

The Window Cleaning Company consultant Joe Hare discusses what makes a difference between an amateur and a professional window cleaner. AWC Publisher Rich Fabry mentions the latest International Window Cleaning Association (IWCA) convention in San Diego and what to expect from both IWCA and AWC in the future. Sunshine Window Cleaning Service's Bill Lussenheide analyzes window cleaning in England in terms of their regressions and advancements in the industry.

Outgoing IWCA President Carl Pedersen reminisces on his time spent in his position and looks ahead to his future endeavors. Northeastern Building Maintenance Systems' Stefan Bright compares the safety of powered scaffolds and controlled-descent devices and concludes which one is the safest option. Several more window cleaning experts weigh in on a variety of topics in this can't-miss issue of AWC. Download your copy today only available on WCR!


  • Learn the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) and why it's important
  • Ken Raddon compares athletic shoes to work shoes and determines a winner
  • Consultant Joe Hare discusses the differences between an amateur and a professional window cleaner
  • Window cleaner Allen Rathey talks about the new change in a window cleaners' status from "low status" to "upper crust"


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