Serving Oak Harbor, Whidbey Island, Coupeville, Anacortes, Burlington, and Mt. Vernon, A Clean Streak is Skagit and Island Counties’ most trustworthy window, gutter, and roof cleaning business. We take great pride in our work and use the newest eco-friendly detergents and practices.

If you aren’t satisfied, we’ll come back and do it again!

Window Cleaning

Soft scrub of window exterior and interior; screen cleaning; may include track, sill, and frame cleaning.

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Gutter Cleaning

Removal of debris by hand; proper disposal of debris; unclogging of downspouts.

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Roof Cleaning

A soft-wash application of an eco-friendly treatment that prevents moss, lichen, and algae growth for at least two years.

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Pressure Washing

Blast away difficult-to-remove stains and dirt from your driveway, sidewalk, patio, fence, and other surfaces.

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Ask the Experts – A “Salty” Problem

The Cleaning Experts at  A Clean Streak answer your toughest cleaning questions.

Cleaning salt from boat windowsMike S. from Anacortes asks: I’ve been a big fan of your blog ever since I came across it while looking for advice about cleaning out my downspouts and gutters. So I was hoping that you may be able to provide a few tips for getting my boat windows clean before I store her for the winter.

After a summer of running hard, I’ve got some stubborn salt deposits on my glass windows that just won’t come off…even with a good soaking and soaping. Are there any environmentally safe chemicals out there that you could recommend to get the job done?

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Ask the Experts – Getting Sap off Windows

The Cleaning Experts at  A Clean Streak answer your toughest cleaning questions.

Get Rid of Sap on WindowsAndy W. from Skagit County asks: We have a beautiful one-story summer cabin surrounded by trees. I’m not sure if it was due to our hot spring weather this year, or if our trees are just getting older, but the past couple of weeks those darned trees seem to be dripping sap onto our windows at a rate we’ve never seen before! My wife and I tried washing the sap off with soap and water…but that just seemed to spread the sap around. My brother-in-law recommended we get out there with a razor and scrape it all off. We tried that, but there are too many windows and not enough time…and we really don’t want to risk cutting ourselves or scratching the glass! Do you have any tricks you could share to get rid of the sap safely and easily?

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Ask the Experts — Pressure Washer Purchase

The Cleaning Experts at  A Clean Streak answer your toughest cleaning questions.

Purchasng a Pressure WasherKay B. from Island County asks: Now that summer has finally arrived, I realized I have some major clean-up projects that need doing – everything from deck washing, to driveway cleaning, to cleaning my home’s siding (and maybe even the roof). I’m thinking of buying a pressure washer to help speed up all those tasks, but there are so many options out there. Trying to decide between a gas or electric powered washer…psi…gpm…it’s all making my head spin!
Do you have any advice on the best pressure washer for me?

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Ask the Experts – Cleaning Stained Glass

The Cleaning Experts at  A Clean Streak answer your toughest cleaning questions.

Retro Stained Glass DoorErich M. from WA asks: My family and I have a wonderful little home on Whidbey Island that includes a retro style front door. I call it “retro’ because there’s a pie-shaped stained-glass panel inset at the top of our east facing door. We’ve always loved how it “glows” with the morning light – especially during the summertime –  but recently, we’ve noticed that the outside of the pane has some spotting, and the metal framework used between the individual pieces of glass looks really dull. We’d like to give it a thorough cleaning, but we’re concerned we’ll damage it. Do you have any professional tips you could share with us on how to clean stained glass?

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