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The American Window Cleaner magazine reports on window cleaning news from all around the world in this exciting new issue. Henry M. Unger made his way to Germany and gave an introduction of America to our fellow German window cleaners. Unger also recounts how working and training in window cleaning has some major differences in Germany as opposed to the U.S.

Sunshine Window Cleaning's Bill Lussenheide guides aging readers towards retirement with a few simple steps. Canadian window cleaner Barry Connor encourages readers to educate themselves in high-rise rescues in the case of an emergency. Adding to the safety precautions, Henry Grover, Jr. advises how to use methanol safely in cold weather due to it being a highly toxic substance if not handled correctly. Grover also takes a look at different types of glass from around the world and notes their aging effects.

A-1 Orange Cleaning Service, Inc.'s Paul Rippelmeyer provides some direction in expanding your business to different routes and cities. A reader from Israel writes AWC and Steve Cowell answers his comments and concerns. Publisher Rich Fabry points out that many American window cleaners are unaware of the different cleaning methods from other countries. Learning different cleaning techniques from around the world may be beneficial to any window cleaner looking to boost his or her skills! Read the rest of this issue only on WCR.


  • Expand your business with some helpful tips
  • See how window cleaning differs in other countries
  • How to use methanol safely in cold weather
  • Learn what skills make the best window cleaner


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