It’s sometimes necessary to replace your commercial glass doors. Whether there’s an accident, an act of vandalism or a break-in, your glass doors will need to be replaced as soon as possible to ensure the safety and comfort of your employees and customers, and to protect your property.
Once new glass is installed in the doors, you might want to give some thought to how those doors are kept clean. Very likely you hire a service, or require one of your employees to go over the doors with a squeegee now and then. But super clean and flawlessly shining glass doors say a lot about your establishment, so you may want to start a brand new door cleaning protocol with your commercial door glass replacement.
As with anything, successful cleaning of glass doors can require mastering a technique. We’re not suggesting you do it yourself (although maybe you’re that hands-on, so be our guest), but you can always make some suggestions to your employees or the window cleaners you’ve hired about ways to get rid of streaks and make the glass sparkle.
Here’s a helpful video from Luke the Window Cleaner, who’s really got his technique down when it comes to fanning or using a so-called “door trick” technique, both of which help produce streak-free, and flawless-looking results.