Pure water window cleaning is a great example of working with nature rather than against it to produce a better environmental and economic outcome.
Pure water window cleaning uses no chemicals but instead relies on ionic attraction between oppositely charged ions. Minerals found in tap water carry either a negative or positive charge and when these minerals are stripped from the water supply using specialised water filtration systems the result is water with zero charge. One can confirm this using a basic TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) meter which essentially measures charge. A reading of 000 indicates zero charge and therefore perfect, spot-free water.
Now water that has zero charge is naturally highly attracted to dirt and contaminants that contain either a net positive or negative charge. This is what makes spot-free water such a highly effective cleaning agent. The fact that this water can be fed up retractable carbon fibre poles facilitates a far more efficient and safer method of cleaning windows enabling window cleaners to present a better value proposition to clients. Importantly this technology is a win for the environment, clients and the window cleaning industry. Welcome to environmentally friendly window cleaning!