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How to Extend the Life of Your Wiper Blades?

2016-04-22 15:23 posted in About Scraper


Common Wiper Problems:

1, Streaking occurs when the rubber squeegee dries, hardens and cracks. It can also be caused by tree sap, road tar and other foreign substances collected on either the glass or the blade.

2, Skipping occurs when the blade develops a curvature from lack of use (e.g. left in the ‘parked position’ for an extended length of time).

3,Wearing occurs with extensive use and is when the rubber edges are rounded instead of squared.

4,Splitting is caused when the sun’s ultraviolet rays penetrate the rubber squeegee, causing it to breakdown and separate from the frame.

5,Bent Refill Vertebra and Bent Frames cause inconsistent contact with the glass surface, creating streaking or skipping.


In order to extend your wiper's life,you should do take mesures as the following:

1,Clean your windshield every time you fill your gas tank.

2,Gently wipe the rubber squeegee with a damp paper towel to remove any loose dirt or oil.

3,Never use your windshield wipers to de-ice your windshield. Instead, either use an ice scraper or use your defroster to melt snow and ice.

4,Pull your wiper blades away from the windshield during winter months to prevent ice build up on the rubber squeegee and to prevent them from sticking to the windshield.

Efficient wiper blades are as important to a vehicle’s safe operation as clean oil and good tires. So remember to change your wiper blades at least once a year, to inspect them frequently for wear and tear and to enjoy the view!


Maintaining Your Squeegee--Suggestions from A Professional Tinter

2016-04-09 11:04 posted in About Squeegee



We all know that damaged squeegee rubber is number 1 cause for glass streaks, smears and hazing. even if you have the best window cleaning skills, you still can not produce absolute window glass clarity if you don't have good quality rubber in your squeegee.

here's 4 helpful tips on how you can get the best results from your squeegee rubber and reduce streaks:

1. replace squeegee rubber often
the rubber edge that makes contact with the glass should be as square as possible.
squeegee rubber will dull and it's edge will round with continued use. this is o.k.... for a while but, a rounded edge will require you to add more contact pressure to glass in order to completely remove window cleaning solution.
and, will leave "rubber smear" when in contact with dry glass. like when you are using overlapping squeegee strokes.
i've examined some of my diy customer's squeegee rubbers who have asked me about why their window cleaning attempts were leaving so many streaks.
usually, i'm shocked to see how round their squeegee rubber is... they should have replaced the rubber much, much earlier!

to get the best window washing results, examine squeegee rubber edge and replace at the first sign of: rounding,
abrasions and worn corners.In my window cleaning business, i will replace my squeegee rubber as much as once or even twice a day. my reputation depends greatly upon achieving the highest quality window cleaning clarity for my customers.
simply put, i don't ever risk using worn or rounded squeegee rubber on the job.

2. flip your squeegee rubber. there's 2 usable sides!
flip or replace squeegee rubber:
a) stretch squeegee rubber out end of channel (if you have a squeegee handle that holds rubber in place with "teeth", then you'll have to remove channel completely off handle before beginning)
b) remove clip from one end of rubber and save it in your tool box
c) turn over squeegee rubber or replace
d) insert rubber into squeegee channel with new or unused edge facing glass

3. remove 1 of the 2 channel clips or plugs... permanently!
unless it's a "clipless" design, your squeegee will have either brass, stainless steel, or plastic clips / plugs at each end of the squeegees channel. squeegees come with 2 clips. you can get rid of 1. this will allow squeegee rubber to lay more naturally in squeegee channel and will produce a better window cleaning result.
an exception to the 1 clip rule: if you are using a sorbo squeegee channel with 40 degree ends instead of a standard 90 degree channel end, you might want to continue using both clips due to the nature of it's design.
the problem with using 2 clips or plugs is it's difficult to get the squeegee rubber to lay flat... it either gets stretched too tight and will "bow-up" at ends or will be too loose and have a "warble" in the middle. either way, you'll have a greater chance of leaving streaks on glass.
to solve this problem, get rid of 1 channel clip. save the clip. clips and plugs will eventually wear out and you'll be glad to have your saved spare clip handy.

4. cut off torn squeegee rubber ends
depending on the abrasive quality of the window framework, the squeegee rubbers' "tip and tail" will wear at different speeds. and since tips and tails will wear much faster than the rest of the squeegee rubber, you'll want to consider fixing the tips rather than throwing the squeegee rubber away...
here's how to cut off rubber ends:
a) stretch squeegee rubber out end of channel (if you have a squeegee handle that holds rubber in place with "teeth", then you'll have to remove channel completely off handle before beginning)
b) remove clips from rubber ends
c) place rubber flat on an appropriate cutting surface
d) use glass scraper or razor blade and cut off damaged ends. make sure to cut rubber ends to a square 90 degree edge. and, don't cut off too much; squeegee rubber must still have enough length to fit entire length of squeegee channel.
e) place 1 clip back on 1 end of rubber.

f) insert rubber into squeegee channel. finish by placing channel back into squeegee handle


Final thoughts:

with proper maintenance, you can get a lot of mileage from your squeegee rubbers by trimming rubber ends and flipping rubber when needed. but, when main rubber edge becomes worn and optimum window cleaning results can no longer be achieved, it's a smart move to replace squeegee rubber to give your customers the 100% satisfaction of picture perfect windows they deserve.


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Do you Know the Types of Sprayer?

2016-03-24 10:51 posted in About Sprayer



Compression Sprayers:

(Also described as tank or pump-up sprayers). These sprayers have a tank that will hold anywhere from a liter to several gallons of pre-mixed product. You measure the amount of product recommended for the amount of water the sprayer holds, mix them together and then pump up the sprayer. The compressed air forces the mixture out through a nozzle or wand. The advantage of a compression sprayer is that it delivers the most accurate a dilution in the finest spray, minimizing run off. Another advantage is that you can take it anywhere you can carry it. The length of your hose does not limit you. They also are easier to use in tight places.


Hand Pump Sprayers:

Just like the hand-pumped sprayer that comes with a window cleaner, many garden products come in a ready-to-use dilution with a hand spray top. All you need to do is read the label for precautions and recommendations, then squeeze. The advantages to this type of mister are that it is economical; extremely portable delivers a fairly fine spray and is easy-to-use. The disadvantage is that if you have a large area to spray, it can be very tiring to use.


Hose-End Sprayers:

There are several variations on this type of sprayer. These sprayers are empty and adjustable to be used with any number of products and different dilution rates. All hose-end sprayers are used with concentrated products. Most have an on/off valve. They mix water from your hose with the product as it passes through the nozzle, using your own water pressure to power the sprayer. They all have the advantage of being lightweight and inexpensive. Since they are powered by water pressure, they tend to be able to spray farther than other types. They also have some disadvantages. They put out such a large water/product droplet that much of the product runs off the plant and you end up using a lot more of the product.


Ready-to-Use Hose-End Sprayers:

These sprayers are the ones that come attached to the container of the pre-mixed garden product. The advantages of these sprayers are that they make the product more convenient to use since they don’t require any mixing or measuring. They are already calibrated for that product. You just attach it to your hose and spray. The disadvantages are that these sprayers can only be used with their specific product and cannot be adjusted for use with anything else. Because they put out large droplets of the product mix they are not as efficient. The dial hose-end sprayers are very easy to use. You simply pour the liquid product into the sprayer, put the top back on and (following the recommendation on the product you are using) set the dial to the recommended rate (such as 2 tablespoons per gallon). Then you attach your hose and spray. The dial hose-end sprayers do not require you to measure out a specific amount of the product. Once you have finished spraying, you can pour the remaining product (it has not been diluted) back into its original package. The disadvantages of dial hose-end sprayers are the same as all other hose end sprayers.


Hose-End Sprayers without a Dial:

If you have this type of sprayer, it would really be best to replace it with one with a dial. They are much more accurate. These sprayers are complicated and can be very confusing. These sprayers are not ready to use. They have their own jar (usually plastic) and require measuring and premixing of the chemicals. It will say on the label of the jar that it is a 4 gallon, 6 gallon or larger. Those capacities indicate how many gallons of spray can be made at once with the sprayer. The semi-concentrated water/product mixture in the jar is siphoned out as the water passes through the spray head.


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Do You Know How to Use Your Scraper Safely?

2016-03-03 10:39 posted in About Scraper


Scraper plays an important role in window cleaning and tinting. With the help of a power scraper, you can remove tiles, old paint or wallpaper in a fraction of the time it would take to do so by hand. Like all other power tools, the use of a power scraper requires you to follow some important safety precautions.

1 Work in a Clear, Well Lit Area.A power scraper contains sharp chisels that move at high speed and force to remove bits of unwanted material from surfaces. To prevent accidents, you must work in a well lit area. Avoid clutter around your work place as well.

2 Keep Power Scraper Away from Moisture.Like all power tools, a power scraper must be protected from moisture. Never use a power scraper in wet conditions, as this can cause electric shocks. Leaving the tool exposed to the weather can also damage it and cause it to malfunction.

3 Wear Adequate Protection.When you work with a power scraper, you must always wear safety goggles, because there is a high risk of flying particles. You can also wear a face mask to prevent fume inhalation and use ear protection to prevent damage to your hearing.

4 Ensure a Steady Footing.Wear heavy rubber soled footwear to improve your footing and also to reduce the chances of electric shocks. Never overreach or stand on an unsteady, wobbly surface.

5 Store the Power Scraper when it is Not in Use.After you finish work, you must store the power scraper in a safe place. This will keep it protected from the weather and also keep it away from the wrong hands.

6 Disconnect the Power Scraper before Changing Chisel.Every time you have to change the chisel or bit, you must turn off the power scraper and disconnect it beforehand. Leaving it on may lead to accidental starting and can cause severe injury.

7 Perform Required Maintenance.Follow the manufacturers recommendations for lubrication and maintenance of the power scraper. It is advisable to have maintenance and repairs performed by qualified personnel only. If you do the maintenance yourself, practice extreme caution and unplug the tool beforehand.

8 Avoid Forcing the Power Scraper.Never apply excessive force when you are using a power scraper. This will lead to unsatisfactory results and will also increase the chances of the tool buckling backwards.

9 Never Touch the Chisel Immediately after Finishing a Job.After you finish working, the chisel will be extremely hot for some time. It is therefore necessary to keep the tool aside for some time after an operation. Change the chisel when it is cool to the touch.

10 Carry the Tool Carefully.When you carry the power scraper around, hold it by the handle and avoid touching the switch. Never carry the tool by its cord. Never pull on the cord to unplug the tool and avoid yanking the cord around.


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Do You Know the Correct Way to Use Pressure Sprayer?

2016-02-19 10:25 posted in About Sprayer


Sprayers come in either plastic or metal, and in a wide range of sizes; some backpack sprayers have a pump handle so you can keep up the pressure inside the tank without having to take off the backpack. Here's how to use these tools.

Test the sprayer every time you use it by first filling it with water. Pump up the pressure and test to see that the nozzle is not plugged. Release the pressure by unscrewing the lid slightly. Remove the lid.Measure the amount of chemicals exactly. More is not better in the case of garden chemicals. You can do serious injury to plants by overfertilizing or adding too much herbicide.Add the chemicals to the water in the sprayer. Rinse the measuring device by adding more water to the tank to make up the balance.Screw the top on, being careful not to cross the threads. Tighten so that the pressure will not escape from the tank.Pump the handle to increase the pressure inside the tank.Spray the plants, making sure to cover both upper and lower sides of the leaves. There needs to be visible moisture on the leaves for the applied material to work.Spray out all of the material in the tank. Don't leave any unused chemical in it.Clean the empty tank over a dirt area, never over concrete or in a sink. Rinse the tank three separate times, spraying clean water through the nozzle each time.Store with the cap off in a protected area away from light and heat.

As a window tinter, I used many different window tinting sprayers, such as tinting trigger sprayer, window tint pum sprayer, window tint tank sprayer and window tint ppressure sprayer, triggler is better, I think.


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