|You can see the bird dirt quite easily at 25 feet and even quite a lot higher. You treat it in the same was as you would if you were squeegeeing the window, wet it, let it soak in for a minute or two, and go back to it again. You also have the advantage of brush bristles instead of a soft pile on an applicator, so it is much easier to clean. |
Sometimes if the bird dirt is baked on and is really stubborn, you may find that the particular window will take as long as it would take to do a clean window with a ladder and a squeegee. You are still safer though, and you will still save time on all the windows that don't have stubborn bird dirt on it.
You don't detail with a water fed pole, there is no need