My windows are in desperate condition so when I was given the opportunity to review a Vileda Windomatic window vacuum cleaner, I was delighted to take it!
The Vileda Windomatic achieves a streak-free finish after washing windows, removing window condensation, wiping mirrors or cleaning up spills. It’s like a vacuum for moisture, it sucks it all up leaving no streaks behind. The Vileda Windomatic has been approved by the UK Good Housekeeping Institute.
The Vileda Windomatic features:
- Suction power across the entire wiper blade ensures a perfect streak-free result.
- Flexible head allows you to vacuum right down to the base of the window and into corners.
- It’s lightweight.
- The lithium battery is mains rechargeable, & allows you to use the windomatic cordlessly.
- The battery lasts for up to 60 m2 of cleaning.
My Experience with the Vileda Windomatic
The Vileda Windomatic arrived nicely wrapped up. The wiper blade is removable which is great for storage & for shipping. It was easy to pop on the blade. Next, I plugged in the windomatic & let it charge for 6-hours. Then it was ready to work!
Watch as I unbox & try out the Vileda Windomatic in this short video: (if the video doesn’t show, click this link to view it on YouTube).
I was honestly suprised by how much I enjoyed using the Vileda Windomatic. My main concern before using it was that it’d get heavy to hold as I don’t have very strong arms. But it wasn’t at all, I found it light & easy to manage.
I really liked how it sucked up all the liquid from the window & there were no streaks left. It does just what it says on the box!
I don’t clean my windows very often because it can turn into such a production – I found it was fast & easy to clean them using the Vileda Windomatic because I simply washed the window then ran the windowmatic over them. I didn’t have to keep going over it with a cloth to get off the water & streaks.
So overall I’m delighted with how the Vilea Windomatic works & I’ll be continuing to use it on my windows!
Disclosure: This post is in collaboration with Vileda Windowmatic. All opinions, video & images are my own.