How is Pure Water window cleaning different?

Pure Water window cleaning does not rely on soaps to break up the dirt on your windows. Pure Water, which has a total-dissolved-solids (TDS) reading of zero is created on-site and used to dissolve and rinse away the dirt on your windows and frames.

Cleaning windows using a water-fed pole at the Tofurky building in Hood River.

Water with a TDS reading of zero does not exist in nature and as a result, Pure Water is aggressive when it comes to removing dirt because it chemically seeks out dirt to bond with so it can return to it’s naturally dirty state. And, it is environmentally friendly!

Pro-Shine uses a de-ionizing filtration system to purify the water from your home or business which is then pumped through a Water-Fed-Pole to the brush. The operator then scrubs the windows and frames to agitate the dirt with the brush. The dirt that was on the window is chemically bonded to the pure water and rinsed away.

You will notice that the windows are not squeegeed after being cleaned and although you will see water drops on the glass outside, they will dry spotless.

How is this better than cleaning with soap and a squeegee?

  1. Any cleaning done with soap leaves a small amount of residue on the glass and even though it may not be visible to the naked eye, it will provide dirt and dust a surface to stick to.
  2. Water-Fed-Poles allow us to clean all of the exterior frames in addition to the glass, which means there will be much less dirt nearby the windows. So, when it rains after you have had the windows cleaned, you may be pleasantly surprised to see your windows will remain spotless.
  3. The carbon fiber poles we use allow us to work at heights up to 45' with both feet safely on the ground under most circumstances.