How does Spick & Span’s repeat window cleaning service work?
Notify us in advance that you require a repeat window cleaning service and your property will be added you to an already established window cleaning round near to  where you live.
The choices of cleaning schedules are: monthly or bi- monthly. After your first clean  your windows will then be cleaned on a regular cycle. Payment methods are very convenient meaning often there is no need  for you to be home each time we call.
Do Spick & Span window cleaners work when it rains?
Spick and Span window cleaners do work during periods of light showers. During heavier periods of rain, we recommend that you have your windows cleaned internally.
Do Spick & Span window cleaners clean the window frames?
Many window cleaners charge extra to clean window frames, but Spick & Span window cleaning, clean the frames for free when using the reach and wash system.
What is the reach and wash window cleaning system?
The reach and wash system is a method of cleaning that involves pumping water through an extension pole that has brushes on the end. The process involves brushing your windows clean with pure water.
Why did my last window cleaner disappear ?
There can be a number of reasons for this. Some  try out window cleaning, as a way to get some quick money, they have not entered into it with the long term in mind, as a result this is reflected in their shabby service, and sadly this has damaged the reputation of the industry. Spick & Span window cleaning  deliver a high quality, reliable service one that you would be happy to recommend to others.
Is it advisable to clean windows myself?
A recent survey showed that window cleaning was the most hated of household chores, mainly because it  means working at height from a ladder-something which most people recognize as being dangerous. Add to this the fact that it is also difficult to do properly without special tools. Especially if you are pregnant can window cleaning be dangerous. Therefore it makes sense to pay a professional window cleaner to do the job for you.
Does cleaning with newspaper and vinegar really work?
Because vinegar is an acid, it can cut through grease, and therefore can be used as a window cleaning agent. Perhaps you have tried it. A common problem encountered though, along with the unpleasant smell, is the smears that are left behind on the glass. Cleaning with newspaper often leaves behind smears also. At a relatively small cost you can pay a professional window cleaner to clean your windows both inside and outside saving you the hassle and the unpleasant odour. Spick & Span window cleaners use specialized chemicals and tools for cleaning windows that  leave their clients more than satisfied with the results.
Is window cleaning an unnecessary  luxury?
It has often been said that: “first impressions count” and, often last. If you want to make the right impression then a neat appearance is very important. It is also well known that one of the key selling points of a property is: “location, location, location”, but what good is it-if your view is obscured? If for instance you live in Dulwich village overlooking Dulwich Park, part of the charm of the property is the location. To have a window cleaner come to you in Dulwich village would enable you to get the most from being at  that location. The same is true if you live in East Dulwich, in Herne Hill, in Clapham, Camberwell, Forest hill in fact wherever you live: “Your house is your castle”. So in answer to the question, only you can decide.
Where does the expression ‘Spick and Span’ originate?
“A spic is a spike or nail, and a span is a chip. So that a spick and span, new ship is one in which every nail and chip is new. The more common expression today is spick and span meaning all neat, clean, bright and tidy.” – Brewers Dictionary of phrase and fable pg. 1025.

Client Testimonials

“I think what you do is amazing! You’ve done a brilliant job!
What you essentially do is bring light into peoples lives.
I can’t believe the difference it has made! Thank you so much for cleaning my windows!” -Ms. L. Ashcroft

West Dulwich, SE21