Our latest review as part of the Karcher Clean Team Ambassadors programme is the Window Vac WV 60.
I’ll let you into a little secret here, I hate cleaning windows…..or at least I did! I would rather watch paint dry than clean windows and I even had a window cleaner come monthly so I didn’t have to do this myself.
Now with the use of this little machine it’s satisfyingly easy and effortless too.
So easy it’s child’s play!
In the box you get:
- A mini glass cleaning concentrate – 20ml
- A spray bottle with a Microfiber cloth
- 1 Wiper (onto which you place the microfiber cloth)
- Vacuum base
- Vacuum nozzle 280mm
- Vacuum nozzle 170mm
- Lithium ion battery
- Battery charger
Putting this vacuum together is very simple, just push in the vacuum nozzle you would like (small for small windows/mirrors and large for bigger windows) onto the top of the window vac and it clicks easily into place.
Pour the concentrate into the spray bottle and fill with water. Slide the microfiber cloth over the wiper and secure onto the top of the spray bottle and screw the lid back into place.
This machine will need charging before use – although I was able to get 3 windows cleaned with the tiny charge that it came with. Charging is easy, just plug the charger into the charging slot at the bottom and leave to charge – to fully charge it takes 120 minutes.
To use it is really simple:
- Spray the window with cleaner
- Wipe over with the microfiber cloth to loosen all the dirt
- Press the on switch on the window vac and starting from the top and working down, vacuum the window!
It really is that simple.
Infact it’s so simple the children can do it! (obviously with supervision and ensuring the spray bottle is facing the correct direction).
Since this arrived I have managed to keep cleaning my own windows weekly, saving money by no longer needing a window cleaner, and it is also great for cleaning the mirrors and also the tiles in the bathroom and my glass coffee table.
The WV 60 costs £79.99 and I think it is definitely worth the money, the only down side is a battery only lasts around 20 minutes which for me is enough time to do my downstairs windows before needing to put on charge again.
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Disclaimer: We were sent this item for review as part of our Ambassadors role.