I hate cleaning the windows and it is always a job I will try to get Matthew to do if I can. He doesn’t like it much either but now he has a new gadget to play with whilst carrying out this job he is a lot more accepting when I ask him to do it. The Vac we were sent is priced at £79.99 but there are both lower and higher priced spec models depending on what you require. We were sent the Karcher WV 60 which comes complete with some glass cleaner concentrate (20 ml), a spray bottle with microfiber wiper, 2 x wiper vacuum nozzles (280 mm and 170mm), Lithium-ion battery, battery charger and an instruction booklet.
Karcher Window Vac
If you are looking for a useful gift this Christmas or maybe you’re wanting to drop a hint to someone that they need to clean those windows a little better / more often then the Window Vac from Karcher may just be a gift to consider.
The Karcher Window Vac is the perfect window cleaning tool and makes cleaning windows, mirrors and even tiles very quick and easy. What I like about The Window Vac is that is really is quick and simple and really effortless. You squirt your window with the concentrate, clean it using the microfibre wiper then use the vac to suck up all the dirty water. It really is that simple.
The vac has an innovative water recovery system. It sucks up all the dirty water away and stores it in the water tank, it will hold 100ml of dirty water so you can clean all your windows and only need to empty it once you have finished.
Your windows will be hygienically cleaned and will be left streak free – something I have always struggled with in the past. The vac is battery-operated so can be used in the bathroom or outside and makes the vac extremely flexible. A fully charged battery will allow you to clean 45 windows too and thanks to the additional narrow vac nozzle, even small or hard-to-reach places, like sash windows and glass cabinets, can be cleaned effortlessly.
*I did not receive a financial payment for writing this review. However, I was sent this product for the purpose of this review, all thoughts and opinions expressed in this piece are my own*