Why Professionals Use Deionized Water for Window Cleaning

What is the difference between deionized water and regular tap water for cleaning windows? It is chemical free and streak-free! For years, the standard for  window washing has been to use a chemical solution mixed with tap water. While this method will get the job done, there is a more efficient and environmentally friendly alternative, deionized water.

How Is Deionized Water Different?

The tap water that we traditionally use for window washing contains trace amounts of minerals. These minerals create streaks and residue when cleaning your windows. With the use of a tucker pole, or water-fed pole, the water goes through a process and is deionized.

During this process, we eliminate the minerals. This turns your water it into a magnet for the dirt and grime. This is ideal for commercial and residential window washing. The deionized water’s ability to attract dirt, eliminates the need for a chemical cleansers.

Now we are able to achieve a streak-free shine without the use of a squeegee or chemicals. We generally will not need ladders while washing windows with the tucker pole. Now we can clean in a safer and more efficient manner.

Benefits of Hiring Highlands Window Cleaning

  • Chemical-free and eco-friendly alternative.
  • It take less time from start-to-finish.
  • It is easier to maneuver, and requires less supplies.
  • Increases safety by eliminating the need for height.
  • Creates a streak-free window.


Published by Bruce Goodman

Hello! I am Bruce Goodman, owner and operator at Highlands Window Cleaning. I have been cleaning windows professionally for over 10 years now. I have done everything from high rise to residential homes. I am detail oriented and always take care of my customers. I look forward to working with you. Estimates are free. Give me a call today at (702) 695-2022.

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