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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 your house isn't enough to give you a clear view. You have to wash the outside of the windows, too. This will make sure that all your windows are shiny and clean.
2 Some newer windows allow the outside of the window to be washed from the inside of the house. 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.
3 Before you wash the outside of the windows, you must take the screens off. Use a hose to wash the screens. Don't use high water pressure. It may rip the screens. After you have cleaned off the dust and cobwebs, set the screens aside so that they can dry.
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