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A waterfed pole (or extension pole) is a telescopic pole that is used by window cleaners to clean windows and other high-up surfaces. The pole is fitted with a brush or sponge-head which the cleaner uses to scrub the glass and remove dirt, dust, and grime.

The pole works because it is fitted with a hose which delivers water to the window cleaning brush or sponge-head. This allows the cleaner to scrub the glass without having to climb up onto the ledge or platform around the window. It also means that they can remain safely on the ground while they clean.

Thanks to The Window Cleaning Specialist for sharing how these poles work!

A waterfed pole uses an extendable pool for cleaning. Window cleaning with a waterfed pole is a great way to get streak-free, professional results without having to climb a ladder. The extendable pole allows you to reach high windows without having to risk injury by climbing up on a ladder. Additionally, the use of a waterfed pole helps reduce the amount of time it takes to clean all the windows in your home or office.

Thanks to Ambassador Window Cleaning for sharing their experience with waterfed poles!

Although there are a variety of ways to clean your windows, using a telescopic pole is often the quickest and most efficient method. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to clean your windows with a telescopic pole:

If you’re looking for an easy way to clean high-to-reach windows, then consider using an extension pole for window cleaning. Extension poles are designed to extend your reach, so you can easily reach and clean any window. They come in a variety of lengths, so you can choose one that’s right for your needs. Plus, they’re relatively inexpensive and easy to use. Simply attach the pole to your window cleaning tool of choice (e.g., a sponge, brush, squeegee) and start cleaning!

Special thanks to Berry Hill Window Cleaning for sharing these tips!

Also check out this video for another tutorial on how to clean high to reach windows!

Window cleaning poles come in a range of sizes, but for the average job, you’ll need a 20 ft window cleaning pole or a 30 ft. It really depends on the size and height of the windows you’re trying to clean, as well as the type of surface you’re cleaning them on. If you’re cleaning windows on a two-story house, for example, you’ll need a longer pole than if you’re only cleaning windows on the first story.

likewise, if you’re cleaning windows on a hard surface like concrete or asphalt, you’ll need a shorter pole than if you’re cleaning windows on a softer surface like grass or mulch. Ultimately, it’s important to have a few poles, so you can choose the right size pole for the job.

Special thanks to Malibu Window Cleaning for answering this question! You can learn more about them here: