Category: Windows

June 5th, 2015 by Admin


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Clean Your Windows

 Business Slow? When Did You Last Clean Your Windows?

Unless you can do something incredibly creative with dirty windows like this fellow did, you should clean them regularly. Make those babies shine like The Cullinan Diamonds!

Nobody likes looking in or out of grubby windows. And especially when they are eating or shopping. Windows, floors and walls should all be clean as a whistle.

Your windows are a reflection of you, your staff, and what goes on behind the scenes in your business. How do you want your business perceived? Clean, neat, fresh and on the ball, or dirty, unkempt, stale and lazy?

If you are a non-retail business with great display windows, take advantage! Decorate for seasons, holidays, organizations, or special causes like shopping locally! (Reform School shop window by Jessica Pezalla of Bramble Workshop)

Shiny as a new pin, and filled with local pride.

Having clean windows is easy. Take some newspaper or a squeegee, put water with a splash of vinegar in a bucket, add some elbow grease, and you’re done!

#FreeGreen Streakless Window Cleaning Tip 
Window cleaning with vinegar will make your windows gleam and will not leave the usual film or streaks on the glass. Mix equal parts of white distilled vinegar and warm water in a bucket. Wash with soft window washer. Dry with a soft cloth.

If you have a great tip for cleaning windows we’d love you to share it with us here. Or you can pop over to our Facebook page and share your tip there.

Until next time,

 Happy Retailing,

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Gaye Crispin 2015aGaye Crispin, founder of Central Coast Retail Traders Network, is a social innovator, social entrepreneur, business strategist, writer, online publisher, and activist for social good. Gaye has worked with small businesses for over 30 years, and is a passionate supporter of a wide range of causes and community groups, both online and off. A prolific blogger, Gaye is committed to helping business owners and community groups develop sustainable business models that leave a green footprint wherever possible. Gaye believes fully in the power of collaboration and innovation to build strong communities, and works with a number of partners on multiple projects at any one time.

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