Chemicals have advanced with the industry and have expanded since the days of just soap and water, offering a number of professional cleaning solutions beyond soap. With so many on the market, it can be challenging to recognize which window cleaning solutions to have on hand for every day cleaning. In this blog, we’ll discuss the four most common types of chemicals and their uses.
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