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This issue of the American Window Cleaners magazine opens with the topic of pyramids. The Window Washers' Kurt S. Meckes questions why pyramids don't use glass. He talks about the diversity of entertainment and resorts available in Las Vegas, Nevada, and what it would take to window clean all these exuberant structures.

The Rigging For Rescue seminar is announced and spans a full seven days. It will be covering ropework techniques, knots, and other valuable skills for a variety of different professionals from window cleaners to firefighters. We Do Windows Company's Bob Anderson gives an opinion piece on the dangers of trisodium phosphate and why window cleaners use it.

Hi-Lite Janitorial's Mitchell Hardin Jr. discusses what taking on a window cleaner apprentice entails. He also outlines a few tasks which he delegates to the rookie such as cleaning the trucks, keeping water bottles stocked, checking all the equipment, and more. Sunshine Window Cleaning's Henry Grover Jr. talks about film-free window cleaning and different kinds of soap.


  • Winter survival tips for window cleaners
  • Learn 15 practical problem-solving tips
  • How to keep ex-employees from becoming competition
  • Read a guideline for networking


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