The Easy Way to Remove Limescale from Window Glass
May 16, 2017
Dripping overflow pipes and spray from garden hosepipes can leave a layer of limescale on window glass that can be hard to remove.
Scraping with a razor can work but it's hard and time-consuming. Chemicals such as hydrochloric acid (aka "brick acid"), sulphuric acid, or oxalic acid may work but they are far too dangerous for our liking.
Fortunately, Benz OxyCleanze removes limescale from window glass quickly and safely.
Take a look at the short (only 2:57) video below in which Ben demonstrates how to remove limescale from window glass:
In this video Ben demonstrates how to treat pebble dash (aka "dry dash") render with Benz Bio Cleanze. The render will become even cleaner over the coming year because the natural cleaning effect of a Bio Cleanze treatment continues to deep clean over time. And it adds residual protection against re-colonisation.
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It's a free resource for people wanting to learn about the soft washing industry, to expand an existing business, or build a new business.
Soft washing reduces, or even eliminates, the need to use high-pressure washing.
Instead, once the build up of algae, lichen, fungus, moss and mould – the root causes of properties looking "dirty" – has been treated, the natural "self-cleansing" of sun, rain and wind removes the surface residue through time.
By educating the cleaning trade and public about soft washing we are helping develop an industry that offers sustainable treatments to clean and maintain exterior hard surfaces.