SURFACE PRO TOOLS
WINDOW CLEANING TOOLS
These are the basic Window Cleaning Tools and equipment you will need for window cleaning. You may already have some of them. Keep in mind, not all of the items are required. Get yourself a good selection of traditional tools and you will be good to go.
If you are overwhelmed by the many brands and options for tools, consider a Starter Kit. There are many options whether you need a basic set of tools for yourself or if you are new to window cleaning or don’t feel like researching and compiling all the different types of tools you may need.
You can start with traditional methods of cleaning and as your experience and company grows better, you can consider transitioning to Waterfed Equipment down the road. Waterfed poles and systems will allow you to work safely from the ground, bid larger jobs and avoid ladders all together.
PROFESSIONAL SQUEEGEE RUBBER
Squeegee rubbers come in a soft or hard variation. One squeegee rubber should last through several complete cleanings of your windows. It is advisable to have a few extras on hand. They do wear out. The edge of the rubber may become damaged. Store them in a cool place. Keep them flat.
Channels come in a variety of lengths and materials so that you can get the one that works best with your job. Most window cleaners have a variety of lengths to handle different jobs.
Speciality squeegees or "combination tools" can save time and effort on the job. Many are multiple tools in one that allow you to squeegee and scrub the glass in one pass.