German cleaning equipment manufacturer Karcher will release new models of vacuum cleaners for household windows "WV1 Plus" and "WV1 Premium" on March 1st.
In Japan, window cleaning is an image of general cleaning, but in Europe and the United States where the daylight hours are short, window cleaning is commonplace. Such window cleaners from Europe and the United States are characterized by "absorbing dirt".
The body of the new model, which is lighter and more compact than before, weighs 500g (17.64oz). It is a weight that does not bother women even if they hold it with one hand.
There are two cleaning methods: "float dirt" and "suck sewage" . First, spray the cleaning agent on the window with the attached spray bottle, and then use the wipe pad to remove the dirt from the window.
Then press the switch on the cleaner body and suck the sewage while touching the wiper part to the window to complete.
The wiper part wipes off the water firmly and sucks it up on the spot, so it's a pretty beautiful finish in one go. Since the sewage collects in the tank at hand, the window frame underneath will not be soiled by the scraped water. If you are worried about the white residue of the cleaning agent, you should wipe it off with water at the end.
In addition to cleaning windows, it can be used for various purposes such as removing condensation and water droplets in the bathroom.
The operating noise is weaker than that of a vacuum cleaner, and with this renewal, the noise has been lowered and quietness has improved. The author, who lives in an apartment, could use it without hesitation. The price of "WV1 Plus" is 6,980 yen, and the price of "WV1 Premium" with abundant accessories is 8,980 yen (both tax excluded). The process of sucking up is purely pleasant, so it may be easier for your family to ask.