How To Clean Eze Breeze Windows


There’s no doubt that the Eze-breeze window is one of the most innovative additions to the window industry in a long time. They’re energy-efficient, they provide excellent ventilation, and they add great curb appeal to any home. Unfortunately, like anything new and exciting, these windows come with their own set of challenges. Due to their dual pane structure, they are also extremely prone to dirt buildup.

If you have new Eze-breeze windows installed in your home or if you recently purchased an old house that has them, there are some tips on how you can clean them effectively and efficiently. Keep reading for more info.


What’s so special about Eze-breeze windows?

Eze-breeze windows are a special type of vinyl window. They don’t have the usual vertical sashes. Instead, they have two horizontally-opening sashes. They also have a built-in screen that is controlled by a switch on the bottom right corner of each window. The practicality of the Eze-breeze window is undeniable.

Like most vinyl windows, they are energy efficient and easy to clean. But they also offer a whole slew of additional benefits. They let in a lot more natural light, they improve ventilation, they reduce noise transmission, and they look great on any home. Unfortunately, they are also among the dirtiest windows on the market. For this reason, they require a little extra care.


3 Ways To Clean Eze Breeze Windows

How to clean your eze breeze windows the right way

If you have new Eze-breeze windows installed or if you’re cleaning old ones, you want to start by removing the screens. They are removable, so you shouldn’t have any trouble with that.

If you are cleaning old Eze-breeze windows that don’t have removable screens, you’ll have to vacuum them from the outside. This is much more difficult and time-consuming, so we strongly recommend replacing your old Eze-breeze windows with new ones.

You can clean the inside of your windows with all-purpose cleaner (like Fantastic or MR Clean) and a lint-free cloth. Your best bet is to use an extendable squeegee, and start at the bottom of the window and quickly draw it upwards. This way, you’ll remove most of the water while still cleaning most of the window. There are also a few different methods that are more time-consuming but produce better results.


How to clean Eze-breeze Windows (the easy way)

This is an effective way to clean Eze-breeze windows, but it takes a lot longer than the other methods. It involves covering the windows with a thick layer of newspaper and spraying them with water. After a few hours, you can just pick up the paper and be done with it. Your windows will be sparkly clean and completely streak-free. Unfortunately, this method is only advisable for cleaning new Eze-breeze windows.

How to clean eze breeze windows the old-fashioned way

If you are cleaning old Eze-breeze windows, there’s really only one way to do it. You’ll have to get your old-fashioned cleaning supplies and do it the old-fashioned way. Luckily, even though you’re cleaning the old-fashioned way, you can still use modern cleaning supplies. If cleaning the old-fashioned way sounds like too much hard work, we recommend replacing your old Eze-breeze windows with new ones. You’ll need a bucket of water, a sponge, and a soft cloth. You can also use a squeegee if you want to get the inside and outside of your windows as clean as possible. Start by cleaning the inside of the window first, and then move on to the outside. Use the sponge and the water to clean the windows, and finish it off with the cloth to get rid of any excess water.


Cleaning Eze-breeze windows can be a real chore. They’re exceptionally dirty windows due to their design, and they require a bit more work than other windows. Fortunately, as long as you use the right cleaning supplies and methods, you’ll be able to get your windows clean and streak-free without too much hassle.

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