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||streak, tips, fell, aside, view, against, safety, dangerous, dust, follow, extra, power, inside, wipe, second, reach
By Cathy Pearl
1 Cleaning the windows on the inside of you house isn't enough to give you a clear view. You have to wash the windows on the outside of the house, too. This will make sure that your windows are shiny and clean.
2 Washing the windows on the outside of your house can be a dangerous job. If you have a house with two floors, you may need a ladder. Be sure to follow safety tips when using a ladder so you don't fall and get hurt. If you have another person, it is a good idea to have him or her hold the ladder for you. This can help make sure that you are safe when you wash the windows.
3 Newer windows can often be washed from the inside. They are made so the windows tip into the house. This makes them much easier and safer to wash. If you have windows like these, you are lucky. Wash them the way you wash the inside part of the windows.
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