The easiest way to clean high windows

Do you have high windows that are hard to clean? We have the ladder-free solution for cleaning high windows easily… and without chemicals

 

 


Light streaming through your windows is great, unless your windows are dirty and covered in dust and smudges.

Skylights, floor to ceiling and high windows are great features and sources of light in your home, they also require extra effort to keep them clean.  

We’ve already revealed the best way to clean your windows if you have kids, but what about those windows that are out of reach?

What is the easiest way to clean high windows?

Cleaning skighlights, high or hard-to-reach windows can be a real effort and dangerous if ladders are involved.

The good news, it doesn’t have to be.

ENJO’s Window Cleaner removes dirt and marks from your windows without a single harsh chemical (making it safe and quick) to clean your windows, shower screens and pool fences.

It’s great for reaching high windows too.


ENJO’s Window Cleaner and Dust Flexi are compatible with ENJO’s Floorcleaner Pole.

By removing the base of the window cleaner handle you can attach your Window Cleaner to the telescopic pole to add an extra 1.8 metres of height to your window cleaner.

Lightweight and durable, the pole makes cleaning high windows easy.

How to clean high windows with ENJO

 

Ready to clean those high windows you’ve been putting off?

Follow these simple steps.

Step 1. Attach your window cleaner to your telescopic pole



To reach those high windows you need the extra height.

To attach the telescopic pole press the small black button on the window cleaner handle.

This releases the black ‘e’-shaped clip.


Insert the pole into the handle aligning the holes so that the ‘e’-shaped clip can be inserted to hold the pole and window cleaner together.


Twist the pole anti-clockwise to adjust the height of the pole, then twist clockwise to lock the pole in place at the desired length.

Step 2. Wet your fibre or your window (if you can reach)

 

To clean your windows, ENJO Fibres require water only.

Place the fibre under the tap or spray with your ENJO Trigger Spray Bottle and squeeze out any excess water.

Step 3. Attach your fibre to your window cleaner

 


Holding the handle of your ENJO Window Cleaner, cover the end of the Window Cleaner with your Window Cleaner Fibre, pressing the stud to secure.

Step 4. Clean your windows

Start with the cleanest window (inside usually) and clean the window surface with the fibre.

Add more water to your fibre as required.

Step 5. Blade for a streak-free finish

 


Turn the ENJO Window Cleaner around and use the Blade attachment to remove water from the window from top-to-bottom.

Dry the blade each time with your Outdoor Miracle.

That’s it, your hard to reach windows are clean with a chemical-free, streak-free finish.

Need to clean French windows or windows on awkward angles?



French windows look great, but make your window cleaning life that little bit harder. 

By simply removing the extension pair (the two black attachments) from the ENJO Window Cleaner and adding a smaller blade, your window cleaner goes from 32cm to 20cm, the perfect size for cleaning narrow or French-style windows.

If you need to reach high windows on awkward angles, a twister attachment makes holding your window cleaner at 45-degree angles easy.

 

 
Can ENJO really clean your high, hard-to-reach windows without chemicals?

If you're unsure ENJO can clean your windows without harsh chemicals, check out our before and afters

Still not convinced? Book a complimentary ENJO Demo to see how the products work in your own home.

 

 
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Editor's note: this post was updated 25 September 2020

Comments
Thea Russell
30 Jul 2020
Thank you for the article. What an amazing product. In 60 years of cleaning windows, never has it been so easy. Just love it!
Paul Routledge
25 Oct 2019
Some great tips and some good equipment to get some window cleaning done. I particularly like the extender pole for getting high windows. Thanks for the article.
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