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This issue of the American Window Cleaner magazine opens with post-construction cleanup. Fields Window Cleaning's Daniel A. Fields speaks on the complexity of construction window cleaning. Fields discusses what materials are prevalent, what causes those materials to build up, and how to efficiently dispose of them.

New Day Window Cleaning's Dan Meier relays the importance of safety conventions. Meier notes that although safety training programs are good, most window cleaners don't apply those safety measures while they work. He further analyzes the disconnect and offers solutions for remembering all the regulations.

At the time of this publication, modular-type platforms were fast becoming the first choice of suspended scaffold users. Scaffold Industry Association's Harold Gidish explains what they are and how they work. Publisher Rich Fabry traveled to Europe to attend the Interclean Show. Fabry talks about the show, how to be a good traveler, and notes he handed out over 700 AWC magazines!


  • Jay "The Window Doctor" Egeler shares his love for The Leatherman tool
  • Learn when you should use the Tucker Pole and de-ionized water technology
  • Morse-Starrett's Sue Paul named Regional 1996 Small Business Exporter of the Year
  • Why window cleaners are becoming more attached to their squeegees

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