RCS Services

Window Cleaning: What we do !!

We now use the latest technology to clean your windows using the state of the art 'Ionics' Hot Pure Water Cleaning System.

The benefit of using this method is that it leaves a great streak free clean to the highest of standards. The other method used otherwise known as the 'Traditional Method' leaves a film on the glass, frames, sills and doors. We can now clean windows up to the 6th floor, reaching awkward windows above conservatories and Velux windows.

We clean houses, shops, factories, pubs, restaurants, hotels, schools, care homes, banks.

If fact, if it's got glass we can clean it.

Interior Window Cleaning
Traditional Method

We can offer our services inside your property: windows, large mirrors also interior doors. This can be a weekly, bi-monthly or monthly addition to your return calls we make to your property. Remember, we are fully insured for £5 million public liability as standard, so you have a worry free service.

Property Maintenance

  • Gutters Cleaned Out
  • Facia & Soffits
  • Garage Doors Cleaned
  • Conservatory Roofs

We Don't Cut Corners We Clean Them.

Can I work in the rain with a pure water system?

If we examine the water cycle, we learn that the water evaporates from the surface of lakes, rivers and the sea. Their mineral content is left behind when the water vaporises, which means that when the water condenses and forms clouds, the water is pure.

It is this pure water that falls as rain. The rain does not stay pure for long however, because as it falls through the atmosphere, the water molecules bind to and dissolve all the minerals it comes into contact with on its way to the ground.

While this water is no longer pure, it does have a relatively low mineral content. In the UK with our usual south westerly winds, the total dissolved solids reading of this water is around 14 TDS, with the limit for spot free drying being 9 TDS or lower. (Some tap supplies will reach 500+ TDS)

When cleaning windows with pure water, pure water is left to dry naturally on the glazing, when the rain comes into contact with this water, it serves to dilute the rain water. If an equal amount of rain water falls on the freshly washed glazing, the TDS reading of that water will then read 7 TDS within the range of spot free cleaning.

In short then, you can clean windows with pure water in all but the most torrential rain with most satisfactory results.

Many clients may well be sceptical at first, as using chemical cleaners leave a residue that becomes sticky and actually attracts dirt and that is what they will be used to. However once they have seen the results for themselves, most clients will have no problem with you calling when the weather is far from ideal.

Can pure water systems clean heavy soiled glazing?

Pure water is known in the scientific world as the universal solvent, virtually all substances known to man will dissolve in pure water given enough time.

Pure water cleans using a process called; hydrogen bonding, in which the hydrogen atoms bond to contaminants and dissect the contaminant molecule at the atomic level.

The grater the amount of contaminants, the more pure water will be required to remove it, but even the heaviest deposits can be removed effectively with a little more time invested during the clean.

Heavily soiled gazing covered with such deposits as moss, thick dirt and birds mess is very effectively removed when using pure water. The system we use at RCS is heated, thus the cleaning process is accelerated.

As a general rule, anything that can be removed with traditional window cleaning methods can also be removed using pure water.

UPVC Cleaning:





RCS takes pride in the finish results of cleaning UPVC frames, facia & soffits.

We give FREE Quotes, so just give us a Call Today !

Mob: 07528 841876

E-Mail: Stephen@reflectcleaningsolutions.co.uk

commercial window cleaning

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a few clients

clients - littlefish, Frankie & Benny's, Nando's

clients - Chiquito, Tennant rubber, Tassi Lettings

clients - Mcdonald's, Johnsons the cleaners, kukimedia