Window Washing

Without the proper rinse, soap residue and hard water spots can seem never ending. That is why window washers and car wash companies use deionized water as a rinse because it is 99.9% free of any impurities which cause water spots. Spotting is caused by impurities that remain on the surface after the water has evaporated. Hard water spots can be tricky to remove even after a short period of time. In some cases, hard water spots can be permanent and require special tools and products to efficiently remove. Reverse osmosis deionization (RO/DI) filtration systems purify water for a spot-free rinse application. This process makes sure there are no lingering chemicals, streaks or spots left behind on surfaces. The RO process works simply because it truly strips water of minerals and other impurities that may be lurking in your water.

Because of modern improvements, RO systems have become highly efficient at reducing cost and water usage all while increasing water quality and leaving your windows spot free. When water is pure, it doesn't leave hard-to-remove mineral deposits on a car when it dries. Using pure water assures that glass, chrome and other surfaces remain spot-free. RO systems help eliminate spots and streaking on windows that are often affiliated with the use of unfiltered water and detergents. Of all the advantages of using pure water for window cleaning, the most important is the appearance of your window after the cleaning is finished. A poor rinse job will leave spots on cars, and windows eventually resulting in an unhappy customer.

The easiest way to guarantee customers a spot-free final rinse is by using an up-to-date reverse osmosis (RO) system. AXEON offers reverse osmosis systems that will ensure your windows dry without spots, streaks or residues. Cleaning and filtering your water will assure you get most out of your RO system. As an owner you should monitor water quality and always perform preventive maintenance, which will allow your system to remain cost-effective throughout many years of service. If owners follow the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance schedule, an RO system should provide many cost-effective years of service.