In the box you receive the Windomatic and charger. Before attempting to clean the windows you need to charge the Windowmatic for 6 hours. Once charged the handy little window vac should last for 20 minutes which gives ample time to clean a good few windows.
Putting the Windowmatic together is simple, the water tank holds 100ml of water and therefore does not need emptying often, in fact I cleaned all my windows without emptying the tank once. I was concerned it may be too heavy for me to use, but was surprised how lightweight it is.
I always use hot soapy water to clean my windows. In the past I used newspaper to try and achieve a great finish, but by using the Windowmatic the hard work is taken away. Once the windows are washed, by switching the machine on, putting slight pressure on the machine to produce a seal on the window, it then effortlessly sucks off all the excess water, leaving a streak free surface. The flexible head helps to get in to those awkward corners too.
The Windowmatic is simple to use, produces good results and even leaves a streak free shine on my wardrobe and bathroom mirrors. The added bonus of the Windowmatic is that it can suck up spills and condensation too.
I love the Windowmatic and would definitely not go back to cleaning my windows any other way. The Windowmatic gets a 5 star rating from me.
I was sent this item for the purpose of this review but the opinion is my own.