Question about WFPing stairwell window tomorrow

Hey guys,
First time tomorrow I will not be using my 24ft extension ladder(I am old now and scared to be up that high) to clean their stairwell window. The window is about 20ft up. I know there is normally some stubborn spots on the glass that I usually take off with my bronze wool pad(nose to glass). I was thinking of using my 30ft extension pole with a 6x9 bronze wool pad on it to scrub each pane. Then wfp the window with my boars hair brush. I was just concerned about bronze wool shavings staying on the glass. Is that something that will rinse off easily?

Thank you for the help!!!

Here I’m envisioning inside windows, but now it sounds like it’s outsides.
In any case, any wool remnants will rinse off no problem. You may have to have the brush on to get it down to the bottom. But if you’re using a boar’s hair brush, the final rinse should be with brush off.

It is the outside I was asking about. Thanks for responding Dan!

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Humm, what’s on the windows? My boars hair can take a lot of stuff off.

Just a lot of dust and things that build up on the glass over 6 months. No hard water stains or anything difficult like that

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I think the boars hair will do a good job. I will let ya’ll know how today goes

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If you have a y adapter, you can just place your scrub pad opposite the brush and only have to deal with one pole. It’s a bit heavy, but saves lots of hassle.

Jesse
Atlas Services - Exterior Cleaning Specialists
North Carolina

…Chad…Old?..get a grip son, you ain’t even close to old… :slight_smile:

Sounds good. Thanks for the advice

Stairwell window came out really good! Thanks everyone for the advice!!

Bronze wool should be ok, if you said steel wool I would have doubts. I’m not a steel wool user, bronze wool anytime I need something extra rough and tough.

Mike Radzik
Pro Window Cleaning
Central Massachusetts

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The bronze wool remnants washed off easily with my wfp. I was worried about it not washing off. Window came out great!

It is so nice having so many wfp experts on this forum. I am just a rookie with the wfp.

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Mike Radzik
Pro Window Cleaning
Central Massachusetts

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Chad,
If you get in a pickle the next thing you can do is put some bio clean on the bronze wool. The bio clean is ph neutral and is simply a crushed sand stone so it isn’t going to do any damage to the glass but takes it the next level of abrasion.

Thanks for the advice! I will remember that

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