For many, many years, professional window cleaners have chosen scrim cloths as their go-to window cleaning tool to help create glistening cleaning surfaces as well as chamois leathers. Despite being a simple piece of cleaning kit, window cleaners like the scrim cloths are lightweight and have effective properties for removing dirt and grime from windows. Pair the tradition scrim cloth with a window squeegee to remove any leftover soapy water and streaks. Use a chamois leather for drying and buffing vehicles after washing.
In a world where technology is improving at an astonishing rate and introducing new gadgets for our janitorial cleaning needs, some people have now branded scrim cloths and chamois leathers out-dated, but we disagree. For many of years, scrim cloths and chamois leather have been used as window cleaner’s main tools to create squeaky cleans windows that glisten in the light. Let’s not forget chamois leathers and the scrim cloth is a specialist window cleaning tool designed to clean windows specifically and hasn’t failed professional window cleaners yet.
Together the scrim cloth and window squeegee make the perfect partners, to initially clean the window using the scrim cloth and further remove any leftover soapy water with the squeegee which ensures there are no streaks left over. This way of cleaning uses less water in an age of being environmentally aware, ensuring areas are not missed, and the window is not left looking streaky. On the other hand, chamois leathers are useful for drying surfaces after washing, as they are super absorbent of water and have a softness that you can only get from chamois leather. This type of cleaning technique lifts and removes grime which eliminates the chance for abrasion.