Quick Cleaning With The Unger ErgoTec T-Bar 45 cm
Washing windows is part of their routine care. After all, they pick up dirt on a daily basis. Take environmental pollutants for instance. These are the likes of vehicle exhaust- especially for the buildings that are located close to roads and busy streets, and smoke particles in case there are persons smoking cigarettes in the vicinity, aerosolised particles from insecticides and pesticides used on the yard that wind up on the windows, gunk washed off the walls during rains that get transferred onto the windows- it makes them unsightly. Then there is the everyday dust that gradually builds up layers on the glass, clinging to the pores of the window. In fact, when it rains, those smooth coatings are distorted with the water droplets forming paths that make the windows appear dirtier. Do you have screens installed? These do a good job of trapping dirt and debris, keeping it from reaching the windows. However, during heavy downpours, all that gunk that has piled up on the screens gets forced onto the windows, giving them a disastrous look. Water from the mains supply is also an issue, be it from sprinkler systems close to the building, or it’s used to wash the windows. This water comes with dissolved solids and mineral salts, such as magnesium, calcium, and potassium. When the water evaporates and the windows dry, the dissolved solids are left behind, clumping up to form spots. These ruin the appeal of the windows. Kitchen windows on the other hand are well known for the troublesome dirt they accumulate, because of one main agent: grease. The oil and grease splatters that find their way onto the glass panes strongly adhere to them, sticking like bubble gum on a footpath. That’s not all. They trap dust particles floating about, meaning the windows get dirtier faster. Add to this factors like fingerprint smudges, mucous when the pets press their faces and noses against the windows, faecal residue from insects and pets- it becomes a whole mess. Regular cleaning comes in to get rid of these substances. Unger has got you covered with a wide range of products for window care, which include the Unger ErgoTec T-Bar 45 cm.
Designed for Cleaning Comfortably
You don’t want to break your back working on the windows, or spend hours on the task. The design of the Unger ErgoTec T-Bar 45 cm reduces worker fatigue, and enhances operational efficiency. It comes with an ergonomic handle, which feels natural in your grip. What’s more, you can hold it comfortably without it slipping off in the wet conditions involved with the cleaning. You also get more control with the two-component handle. Since there are situations when the windows will not be within reach, the Unger ErgoTec T-Bar 45 cm has got you sorted. It can be used with extension poles, reducing the hassle of dealing with traditional methods like ladders. It perfectly fits the ErgoTec Locking Cone, which firmly secures it onto the intended pole, without twisting or coming off during usage. This is when working with the telescopic poles from Unger, like the TelePlus and OptiLoc poles. You can also use it with the poles that have been designed with push cones, or attach an adapter to extend your scope.
The Unger ErgoTec T-Bar 45 cm is a versatile unit, and you get to use it with different sleeves depending on your particular situation. For instance, when dusting, or looking to enhance the health of the establishment by removing those allergens and other tiny particles on the window, attach the Micro StripWasher® Sleeve to the T-bar. It employs microfibre technology, which when passing over the surface generates Van der Waal’s forces of attraction, that lift up even those particles that are too small for the eye to see, trapping them within the material until when it will be laundered. The Original Stripwasher® Sleeve is multipurpose, being used on screens, windows, and for dusting operations, where its plush and woven synthetic fabric enables you to carry out the task efficiently. With the ErgoTec® Ninja Sleeve, performance is kicked up a notch, and it’s particularly a favourite washer with the professional window cleaning contractors, due to its enhanced efficiency, featuring extra-long fibres plus in-built, microfibre scrubbing bristles. It even has scrubbing pads for dealing with those stubborn spots. Are you working on large and expansive structures? Then the heavy-duty Monsoon Plus StripWasher® comes in handy here, with its extra-long fibres, scrub pads and reinforced sewn ends that enhance its durability. The Pad StripWasher® Sleeve, on the other hand, comes with the standard plush and woven synthetic fabric, but also features a rough-textured pad strip on its back, which is used to remove the stubborn dirt.
The water wells of the T-bar serve to increase its water retention capacity, further enhancing the efficiency of your operations. In fact, the water wells, coupled with the high absorption rate of the sleeves the Unger ErgoTec T-Bar 45 cm is used with, this capability is extended further. For instance, the fibres and woven fabric of the Monsoon Plus StripWasher® enable it to soak up large amounts of water. Even the Micro StripWasher® with its tiny microfibers can absorb multiple time its own weight. This is beneficial when soaking up the cleaning solution from the bucket, to absorbing the dirt particles from the window surfaces and locking them within the structure.
Taking Care Of Your Window Washers
The life of your equipment depends on how well you maintain it. The same case applies with the Unger ErgoTec T-Bar 45 cm, together with the sleeves it is used with. First, when setting up the washer, ensure that its ends are in good condition. Properly attach the sleeves to the T-bar. Also check the grip and the adapter when fixing the Unger ErgoTec T-Bar 45 cm to telescopic poles. The hold should be firm. Wash the tools after use- especially with the sleeves. They can be laundered by machine, with some even being capable of lasting through 500 wash cycles. For the T-bar itself, cleaning them with soap and warm water at least once a week is recommended. Note that you should not use fabric softeners when washing the sleeves.