The videos listed on this page were filmed during a seminar presented by Dan Fields to MWCoA members.
Construction Window Cleaning Basics
This 2 hour and 40 minute 2 DVD set provides information covering the basic issues faced in construction window cleaning. Dan discusses his preferred tools and demonstrates the proper techniques and use of chemicals for removing stucco, paint and texture from windows, frames, walls and sills. Most importantly, he shows you how to do this without scratching the glass. Following each section Dan answers questions posed by seminar participants providing additional useful information.
Price: $150 for this seminar, or get all three on this page for $240. Shipping and handling is included in these prices.
Tempered Glass Defects
This 1 hour and 15 minute video contains the facts you need to know about what causes tempered glass scratches. Dan explains exactly what tempered glass defects are and how they occur. He presents magnified images of defective tempered glass and demonstrates on a poor quality tempered glass sample that it's not the use of a scraper during window cleaning that causes tempered glass scratches. You'll learn the reasons why this scratched glass issue is such a growing problem, as well as how to protect yourself and your business. You'll also learn the importance of educating your clients about poor quality tempered glass.
Price: $90 for this seminar, or get all three on this page for $240. Shipping and handling is included in these prices.
Water Spot Removal
In this 35 minute video, Dan displays the difference between hard water spots, tin etch haze and glass corrosion. He discusses the use of chemicals like hydrofluoric and phosphoric acid for the removal of hard water spots and the problems associated with acid use. He addresses some of the misconceptions about tin etch haze and offers suggestions of how to avoid this issue while removing hard water spots. This video also includes a slide show which contains close-up images of hard water spots, tin etch haze and glass corrosion on various glass samples.
Price: $30 for this seminar, or get all three on this page for $240. Shipping and handling is included in these prices.