Water Spots

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Latently rain has been good for us residents in the San Gabriel Valley, it helps reduce wildfire risk by moistening the soil and vegetation and improves our air quality by washing pollutants out of the air, and it also helps to replenish the state’s water supply. But it is a mixed blessing because too much rain can cause problems.

Rain water is not pure water. It is a mixture of water, dust, and other pollutants and can often contain a variety of pollutants, including: sulfur dioxide, lead, mercury, copper, zinc, and dust.

There pollutants can come from a variety of sources, including: factories, cars, roofs, and power plants.

When raindrops hit the surface of your windows, they can leave behind a residue of minerals and other impurities. When this residue dries, it forms a white or gray spot. If you do get water spots, it is important to remove them as soon as possible, as the sun can cause the water spots to dry more quickly, eventually making them permanent.

If you see any water spots forming on your windows, feel free to give us a call at 626-486-7256 to schedule a window cleaning appointment with us. We service all San Gabriel Valley and our experts know exactly what to do to remove water spots.

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