Window Cleaning: Cleaning your Window Tracks Easily

Window Tracks are very narrow and kind of tough to get to. Imagine cleaning it with just a brush. It is cumbersome and you could get hurt. But that doesn’t stop them from being a large bucket to catch dirt wherever it comes from. They could get so dirty they hurt the eyes. What do you do about them? And can you clean them easily?

Here are some guidelines you can apply to clean those tracks easily.

How to Clean Your Window Tracks

Don’t let the tight space, intimidating angles and the nature of the Tracks faze you, cleaning window tracks is easy.

Window Tracks

Window Tracks

You need

  • A vacuum cleaner with a hose attachment
  • Paper towels
  • Q-tips
  • Vinegar or baking soda
  • Warm water
  • Hard Brush – an old toothbrush

Vaccum Debris and other Bigger Dirt Particles

If you look at your tracks, you may notice some big pieces of dirt and debris. could be made of dead insects, leaves, caked in dirt that has accumulated. Use the vacuum cleaner with the attachment hose to suck them up. The result makes the remaining process a whole lot easier.

Brush off the Caked in Dirt

didn’t clear out all parties of dirt in the tracks, this is because the debris is stuck to the base of the tracks. Use the hard toothed brush to break them into tiny pieces. The brush can also serve another purpose. Use it to brush and clean the crevices of the tracks, places you’re sure your fingers won’t reach. Once again vacuum what’s left of the debris.

Wipe the Tracks

Soak some paper towels in vinegar and use it to wipe dust and other minute particles of dirt. Why vinegar? Vinegar has adverse effects on the germs residing in your tracks. Soda is fine if you don’t have vinegar. And honestly, a combination of both will do an excellent job. Once you’re satisfied with your work with the paper towels, soak Q-tips in vinegar or soda. Use this to wipe the dirt from the area you couldn’t reach with the paper towels.

Wipe Residual Vinegar

Using paper towels soaked in warm water, wipe the tracks again like you did before. This helps reduce the smell of vinegar or other residual dirt collected in the window tracks.

While unnecessary, most professionals advise cleaning your windows. This ensures dirt from your windows don’t fall into you the tracks and mar your little work of perfection. Moreover, cleaning your windows lets your tracks stay clean for longer periods of time. Regularly cleaning your tracks can make all the difference in the quality of air circulating in your home.