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Within the seventh issue of the American Window Cleaner, Publishers Ron Woodward and Rich Fabry attend the Las Vegas International Sanitary Supply Association (ISSA) and the readers get an inside scoop of the convention. In addition, window cleaning veteran Jim Willingham suggests the process of subcontracting with a janitorial company to supplement your income, despite appearing to be a window cleaner's biggest competition.

American Window Cleaner's First-Person Essay winner John Seiffer tells an entertaining story of his first job in the industry and the trials and tribulations that came along with it. Swinging to the next topic, swing stage educator Harold Gidish gives some safety techniques for working with suspended scaffolds and hoists. There are also suggestions on how to keep your ladder sturdy while maintaining suitable safety protocol: such as rope techniques while performing chair work.

Judy Suval of "I Can See Clearly Now," mentions all the creative and practical ways you can create a memorable name for your business. Jumping from self-employment to managing several employees can be a big step, but there are several tips offered to aid the process. There is an announcement for some new products, including the Swivel Loc Squeegee and Quik Grip. With so many informative articles, it is hard to go wrong with this issue!


  • Why you should maintain certain protocols during ladder work
  • Learn why glass is the most critical part of window cleaning
  • Judy Suval lends some tips on how to name your business
  • Understand how to transition from self-employment to managing several employees

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