A clean ship is a well-run ship. Passengers on ships are naturally drawn to the windows, especially cruise ships where guests are guided along scenic points. As well, passengers will be uneasy of what is on the ship if it is dirty, and this includes the ship’s windows. Ships need to clean all their windows to keep the salt from causing damage, maintain impressions, health and ease of viewing.Continue reading "How do they do it? Cleaning Windows on a Ship"
We use glass every day, from windows to drinking glasses, decorations and eyewear. How do we make glass and where does it come from? Let’s see if we can answer some of those questions.Continue reading "The Art of Window Making: How Glass is Made"
Windows get dirty year round. For a large part of the country this makes it very difficult to clean them three months out of the year. The most frustrating thing about this is that winter is generally the time of year when windows can get the dirtiest. Melting snow dragging dirt and debris onto windows and the helpful yet annoying salt that seems to cover everything.
What makes cleaning windows in the winter so difficult is obviously sub-freezing temperatures. Water freezing before it can be squeegeed off is infuriating. Warm water is huge no-no because it can cause your glass to crack. So what can you do? We have a simple formula that will make cleaning your windows in freezing temperatures just as easy as cleaning them on a spring day.Continue reading "Cleaning Windows in Freezing Temps"
Include your home’s windows in the holiday fun. Window displays can be a fantastic place to showcase special ornaments, hang lights, display greenery and more. Here are Window Genie-approved décor ideas.