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Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to What's the Best Material for Window Grilles?23 Jul 2019

2. MS (mild steel)MS is the most popular material that is used for window grilles.ProsMS is a very strong and durable material that is easy to work with.MS is very easy to maintain and just needs to be wiped with a damp cloth.The best part about MS is that it can be used to fabricate both straight-line designs and ornamental grille designs.Additionally, the grilles can be painted in any colour to match with the colour of the windows.MS window grilles are one of the most affordable materials used for the window grilles. ConsOne drawback about this material is that MS has the tendency to rust, hence it is essential to periodically paint the window grilles.Take a look at more kitchen designs

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Mitchell Parker added this to The Ultimate Guide to a Sparkling Clean Kitchen4 Jan 2019

WindowsWhat good is a view if it’s blurred by smudges and dirt? Don’t leave out windows in your cleaning routine. How oftenUp to you, but two to three times a year is recommended. Before you begin, make sure you protect your floors, walls and countertops from any drips of cleaning solution you’ll be using. A solution of warm water and mild dish soap is a safe bet. Use a sponge to scrub down the windows, getting into the creases and corners. Then use a squeegee and wipe dry with a clean towel.

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Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to 10 Window Grille Designs That Give a Stylish Twist to Security3 Sep 2017

Who’d have thought that grid-style grille pattern on large windows could look so clean and stylish? It definitely adds a slice of sophistication to this all-white, modern kitchen. Large windows are best suited to dense patterns of grilles; gives a bit of visual relief, I say.

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Bernadette Nicholson added this to Remodel Ideas4 Nov 2019

What good is a view if it’s blurred by smudges and dirt? Don’t leave out windows in your cleaning routine. How often: Up to you, but two to three times a year is recommended. Before you begin, make sure you protect your floors, walls and countertops from any drips of cleaning solution you’ll be using. A solution of warm water and mild dish soap is a safe bet. Use a sponge to scrub down the windows, getting into the creases and corners. Then use a squeegee and wipe dry with a clean towel. And don’t forget to clean the window screens.

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seamonster19 added this to Wish List15 Oct 2019

Nice big windows and a lot of them

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