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How to write us nice review


We are happy that you are happy with your window cleaning project!

Now that we are done, we would LOVE IT if you could find the time to give us a review! The internet and our presence on it is the backbone of our business.

Reviews = more visibility and higher search engine rankings for Triple C.

We have made it easy for you to find our business page at sites such as Google+, Window Cleaning Connect, Angie’s List and Yahoo.

Simply go to our main website at Scroll to the bottom of the homepage, and look for the buttons for your favorite review site.

You can also use the links below and click on the one of your choosing:

Triple C Pro Window Cleaning Google Plus page

Our Google+ page

Triple C Window Cleaning yahoo Page

Our Yahoo Local Page

Angies List Page

Our Angies List Page

We don’t expect you to take up too much of your valuable time, or to leave a review on every site listed, Just a quick word or two on one site helps GREATLY!!!

*A Note about Yelp reviews:

Yelp reviews do help us, but unless you are a regular Yelp reviewer, your review may get shelved as a “Filtered review”.  Its funny how that works, and I don’t agree with that process, but it is what it is.

Basically, Yelp filters their reviews to keep business owners from spamming their business with good reviews, and to keep unscrupulous competitors from “attacking” businesses with fake bad reviews. The system makes sense on a macro level, but it also keeps legit reviews from sporadic Yelp users from ever seeing the light of day.

If you are not a hardcore Yelp user, we encourage you to drop us a nice word on our Google Plus page 🙂


Once again, thank you so much for letting us bring the shine back to your windows!

How to touch up your windows between professional cleanings – Part 2

Now that we have the question of “What soap should I use” answered, lets dig a little deeper into window cleaning methods!

Touch-up method

1. Spray glass cleaner onto window, making sure the foam covers the entire surface to be cleaned.

2. If necessary, rub the foam into the glass surface (agitation). This will help remove larger particles.

3. Wait for the foam to “melt” a bit, i.e. the foam evaporates and turns watery.

4. Wipe off cleaner and polish with a clean, dry rag or paper towel (no, newspaper doesnt work lol.)

5. Repeat if necessary. If you’re feeling confident, and want to put your squeegee skills to the test, that will work too.

You can get a basic squeegee for under $20 at Home Depot or Lowes. Get a good one, it makes all the difference. We recommend Unger stainless steel squeegees for the average consumer.

Consumer Grade Window Cleaning Squeegee

Unger Consumer Grade Window Cleaning Squeegee


If you go the squeegee route, please remember… Its all about the technique. Our window cleaning solution is simply the tiniest little bit of Dawn, and its there mostly for slip on our squeegees Keep the squeegee on the glass as much as you can to keep streaks and drips to a minimum.


We hope you enjoyed our little presentation, and wish you the best of luck with these techniques until we meet again!

How to touch up your windows between professional cleanings – Part 1

Now that you have clean windows Everything is nice and sparkly, and you can see again!

But lets face it, things do happen between professional cleanings, and we’re sure you don’t want to have us back every two months (although, we wouldn’t mind).

We’ve made this touch-up and maintenance guide so that you can keep your windows clean when Rover gets too excited that your car just pulled up the driveway, or little Jimmy thinks that its a good idea to throw spaghetti and meatballs at your clean glass.

Basic touch-up window cleaning

First and foremost, we do not recommend the use of Windex or other ammonia-based glass cleaners.

Windex leaves a residue behind. Your windows will look clean after you use it, but this residue will attracts dust and fine particulates in the air, which will make your windows look dirty again very quickly. Ammonia can harm newer windows. as glass technology progresses, windows are often coated with special UV Coatings and sealant treatments. It varies by manufacturer, but the use ammonia and other harsh cleaners can damage the glass surface and even void the warranty on new windows!

For home touch-up, we recommend alcohol based foaming glass cleaners. Examples are

Zep Foaming Glass Cleaner

Zep window cleaner

Sprayaway Glass Cleaner

Sprayaway window cleaner

Both of these products are available for less than $5 at Home Depot, Lowes, WalMart and Target.

Also, we discourage the use of abrasives and/or razor on tempered glass. During the manufacturing process, microscopic bits of glass can get baked onto the glass surface (aka fabricating debris). When these particles are scraped the can rip across the glass and cause deep gouges and scratches. Here are some more tips for cleaning your glass between pro cleanings. Enjoy!