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The American Window Cleaner opens this issue with some tips on how to stay warm in the wintertime and what readers should expect at the IWCA convention in San Antonio, Texas. Sunshine Window Cleaners' Bill Lussenheide advises on how window cleaners can survive the impact of the recession. Blue Streak Window Cleaning employee Ken Raddon gives some excellent pointers on keeping your feet warm in the cold months.

Window cleaning can be a tough, uncomfortable job, especially in the winter months. Canadian window cleaner Bert Goetz relays his guidance on cold-weather window cleaning and battling frigid temperatures. A-Plus Window Cleaning Services' Steve Cowell adds some more window cleaning slang to his glossary from the previous issue. Stefan Bright also expands upon the previous issue regarding the safety of your company.

Professional Henry Grover, Jr. explains the mechanics of glass repair and if it could be a suitable side profession for a window cleaner. Considering most window cleaners are independent workers, expanding your job repertoire and gaining some extra income may not be a bad idea. Action Technologies, Inc.'s Hans Zündel focuses on the topic of bartering in the window cleaning field and how to gain the upper edge. This issue has so many great tips! Download it today only on WCR.


  • Learn how a recession impacts a window cleaner's earnings
  • How to keep your feet warm in the winter
  • Add some window cleaning slang to your vocabulary with Steve Cowell's glossary
  • IWCA announces several updates and a report on the ANSI A-39 committee


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