Monthly Archives: February 2020

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Purified Water is not Just for Drinking

Purified Water To Clean WindowsWhat is Reverse Osmosis Technology, or Purified Water?

Allergies are a battle in Dallas, TX. The treatment is eliminating exposure to irritants. This can mean prepping homes and watching what you consume. In general, the recommendation is to use natural products and the least amount of them necessary. Many homeowners are investing in water purifying systems. Initially, the investment may be made for drinking water but reverse osmosis water is useful beyond human consumption. Consequently, homeowners will benefit from softer clothes, less residue while bathing, and zero smell.

Similarly, service companies realize the benefits of using purified water to clean. The science behind it is interesting. Reverse osmosis water is filtered through a five-stage process. Then the water pushes through a semi-permeable membrane. This filtering process removes all total dissolved solids that cause water to spot. The purification is extensive and removes up to 99% of organic material, nitrates, and iron. Pure water is a cleaning agent itself. Water loves minerals so when we remove those minerals, it wants them back. It is called “thirsty water.” Purified water is the healthiest cleaning solution available.

Benefits of RO Water

  • Reduce allergens
  • Eliminate or reduce cleaning agents
  • Surfaces stay clean longer
  • Clean easier, contaminants removed

Purified Water For Cleaning

Reverse osmosis water eliminates the need for additional cleaning solutions.  The list of household chores that benefit from purified water is extensive. Window cleaning is at the top of the list. Flushing windows with purified water removes any dirt and leaves the glass streak-free. Windows stay clean longer because no soap residue is left behind to attract dust. Additionally, pure water is particularly healthy for carpet cleaning. Have you ever had your carpets cleaned and noticed stains reappear quickly? This phenomenon is called wicking. It happens when stains reach the padding.  It also happens when carpets do not dry properly. Using reverse osmosis water extracts soaps left in the carpet. Therefore, carpets are left softer, dry faster, and are bacteria free. Finally, extracting contaminants protects carpet fibers. This prolongs the lifespan of the carpet.

In summary, all cleaning benefits by removing dissolved minerals from water. As we like to say, “Seeing is believing.” Call Paneless to learn more about the benefits of using purified water to clean.

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What is soft washing, can’t I just pressure wash?

Soft washing from of home in Dallas, TX So, what is soft washing? It uses low pressure and a high-water flow with added cleaning agents and surfactant to dissolve webs, dirt, and algae. Rather than using pressure washing that may clean but not kill algae, low pressure pumps are used to spray cleaning solutions. They are allowed a dwell time to activate, and then are rinsed thoroughly with soft pressure. Paneless has a multitude of formulas to handle a variety of stains including rust, grease, and mold. Don’t replace siding, stucco, and roofs due to discoloration without consulting a trusted provider on the possibility of soft washing.

Benefits are:

  • Kill mold & algae
  • Remove rust and stains
  • Disintegrate cobwebs & dirt daubers
  • No damage to wood or siding
  • Safe for all roof rinsing
  • Surfaces stay clean longer

Surfaces Best Cleaned by Soft Washing

Soft washing is best for softer surfaces like slate, limestone, and stucco due to their porous composition. Additionally, these softer surfaces are easily scarred by pressure washing too close or using the wrong tips. The safest solution is soft washing.

Surfaces commonly soft washed are:

  • Stucco
  • Limestone
  • Cast stone
  • Whole home rinsing
  • Roof cleaning & chimneys
  • Natural stones

Preserve Plants, Grass, and Trees

Last but not least, it is necessary to preserve plant life. Plant washes and soaking methods before, during, and after service neutralize cleaning agents. This ensures your grass, shrubbery, and plants are not harmed. If this is something you feel unequipped to handle, we can make the experience “Paneless”.  Paneless Home Services is located in Dallas, Texas. Call (214) 662-2300.

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Spring Cleaning Tips, Tricks & Checklist

Turning your to do list into a ta-done list!

Spring is the time of year to clean out closets, shred documents, and refresh your home. Nothing feels as great, or is more relaxing than a sparkling clean home. Spring cleaning tips and checklists make this a less daunting task.

Did you know that mirrors and glass tables can be treated with a product that allows them to be dusted with just a microfiber towel to leave them with a streak-free clean for months?  Have you woken up to  smoke detectors that need new batteries and realize you don’t have a ladder to reach them?

Let us help organize a schedule of maintenance for your home that will make your life easier. CommSpring Cleaning and High Dustingon items that don’t usually get regular attention because they require ladders, scaffolding, or back pack vacs are chandeliers, fans, and high dusting of ceilings. Paneless located in Dallas, Texas has all the equipment, certifications, and manpower to take these items off your to do list. Please find a checklist of services for your home below and wash away those winter blues with these Spring cleaning checklist!

Exterior Maintenance Checklist:

Window cleaning and screens

Gutter cleaning and flush of downspouts


Porch Lamps

Rust removal

Power or soft washing patios, driveways, pool decks

Interior Maintenance Checklist:

Interior windows

Chandelier polishing

Light bulb and battery changes

High Dusting

Mirrors and glass

Shower restoration and sealing

Blind and shutter cleaning

Natural stone countertops


Floor Maintenance Checklist:

Tile and grout cleaning and sealing

Hardwood floor cleaning and coating

Carpet cleaning

Garage floor cleaning

Marble honing and polishing

Natural stone cleaning

RO technology is reverse osmosis water that is filtered through a five-stage process. This process removes all total dissolved solids and chlorine that cause water to spot or dry hard because of minerals. Since the water is pure, it acts as a cleaning agent itself. Water loves minerals so when we remove those minerals, it wants them back. We refer to it as thirsty water. So ask yourself, what is in soil? Minerals. Now you have water that wants minerals. So we use this RO water to adsorb the soil on a window or floor surfaces. This RO water is incorporated into the majority of the services we provide.