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Washing windows is one of those jobs that nobody likes to do, but with the right tools and techniques, the task can go much more quickly and produce better results.
Fill a bucket or dishpan with warm water and add a small amount of the detergent of your choice.
Remove any windscreens that are hanging against the windows.

Why clean the screens?
You'll remove some of the dust that the next rainstorm will knock onto your windows. You'll also get rid of that stale window screen smell.

To clean them:

Lift them out of their tracks and rub them together under a running hose
Rub them very gently with a rag or window wand.
Remove any cobwebs you might see with an old broom or old cloth.
Remove any excess dirt or dust from the outside windows with a garden hose. Rinse one window at a time, so that water spots don't dry on the windows.
Clean the window frames thoroughly with a soaked sponge.
Soak your sponge in the bucket filled with water and you can start cleaning your windows following one of these methods:

Start on the upper-left side of the window and make an s-shape downwards until you reach the bottom-right corner of the window.
Start cleaning the window from the upper-left corner and drag the sponge straight down. Use a chamois or a dry rag to remove any excess water from the squeegee and start cleaning the next line until you reach the right side of the window.
Don't forget to dry your squeegee with a chamois or dry rag after each stroke you've made. Otherwise, you will have visible lines on the window pane.
Dry the window frames. After cleaning the window panes, dry off the windows using a chamois or dry cloth.

Now on to the inside windows:

Gather all of your tools and supplies.
Fill a bucket or dishpan with warm water and add a small amount of the detergent of your choice.
Lay a towel on the floor before you start cleaning the windows.
Dust off the window frames using a duster or an old cloth.
Clean the window frames thoroughly with your soaked sponge.

Soak your sponge in water and start cleaning your windows following one of these methods:
Start on the upper-left side of the window and make an s-shape downwards until you reach the bottom-right corner of the window.
Start cleaning the window from the upper-left corner and drag the sponge straight down. Then using a squeegee, stroking downward from the top, remove the water. Move across the window with consecutive downward strokes. Use a chamois or a dry rag to remove any excess water from the squeegee and start cleaning the next line until you reach the right side of the window.

Don't forget to dry your squeegee with a chamois or dry rag after each stroke you've made. Otherwise, you will have visible lines on the window pane.

Dry the window frames. After cleaning the window panes, dry off the windows using a chamois or dry cloth.