The Window Vacuum Cleaner
Those who use the conventional squeegee and sponge combination windows cleaner will tell you that the cleaning operation often end up with dirty water dripping onto the floor leaving dangerous soapy puddles. The job of cleaning the window might just end up with a job to clean the floor as well. Here is where a Windows Vacuum Cleaner comes in.
Before you decide that you do not need another gadget just for cleaning windows, wait till you see the list we have below for where and when the Windows Vacuum Cleaner can be used. With the right cleaning solution, the Windows Vacuum leaves a streak free, smear free, crystal clear and clean window without having to wipe down after it. The vacuum just sucks up all the dirty and water.
The many uses of a Windows Vacuum Cleaner
Here are some ideas on how and where you can use the Vacuum.
Windows; Shower Screens;Tiles; Mirrors
Conservatory Windows and Doors;Car Windscreen
Glossy Finish Kitchen Cabinet Doors
Glass Surfaces (kitchen backing, glass table top)
Counter Worktops; Oven Doors; Spills; Spot Cleaning on the Floor
Remove condensation on glass or smooth surfaces
What it does not do is to come with a telescopic handle that lets you reach windows and surfaces that you can not reach without a step ladder.
As a result of its practical vacuuming function and simple handling, window cleaning with Sewlider latest versions of their rechargeable Window Vac’s is noticeably better, easier and quicker than it ever has using traditional methods. Its powerful suction and patented blade technology make dripping water and puddles a thing of the past. Window Vacs are also ideal for other smooth surfaces such and mirrors, shower screens and tiles with the result always being the same: gleaming cleanliness with no streaks or residue.