Crowd-funding opportunity for new Eco Window Cleaning invention

  • 16 Mar 2015

Howard Chapman, Editor of Buildingtalk

21st century window cleaning saves water, waste and time + safer

I came across this interesting Dragons Den style innovative device that makes window cleaning easy. Its secret lies in its chambered design. Just fill one side of the unit with clean water, via its internal flexible hose, and pump the desired amount into the cleaning holster. Now you get a precise spray of water onto your cleaning brush without any spillage and your clean and dirty water never mix. When youre done,just hit the built-in flushing mechanism. From a small home to a massive skyscraper, The new Eco Window Cleaning Unit reduces water, waste and saves valuable time as well as being a safer option for working at height.

Video of window cleaning prototype at The Shard

Watch an early prototype being tested on the London Shard and inadvertently interrupting a news conference when Architect Renzo Piano was speaking to journalists.

Learn more about the product and crowd-funding options for The Eco Window Cleaning Unit via Kickstarter.



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