Let’s face it. No one likes to clean windows. People even joke about how they’ll do everything, except the windows. What makes cleaning windows so unenjoyable that people put it off for well longer than they care to admit? Cleaning the glass isn’t that hard. It’s time-consuming, sure, but not difficult. The real pain is the window tracks. They get covered in filth (mildew, dirt, debris) and you have no idea how to make them easier to clean. Let’s look at the best ways to clean window tracks (relatively painlessly).
BEST WAYS TO CLEAN WINDOW TRACKS – 5 SIMPLE STEPS
1. VACUUM UP ANY DEBRIS
Chances are you’ll have a few bits of leaves and small twigs in your window tracks. Use a vacuum hose to suck up any loose dirt and debris.
2. COVER THE AREA WITH BAKING SODA
Baking soda is best known for its abrasiveness. It’s great for getting the grime off of everything. Cover the worst areas with baking soda. Make sure to get into all the nooks and crannies. The worst areas are usually in the corners. To make the baking soda easier to sprinkle over the area, use a plastic spoon or scoop. This way, you’ll be less likely to get baking soda all over the floor.