Robot window cleaners are gaining popularity and quickly becoming common household items. These innovative robotic devices are primarily used for cleaning all types of interior and exterior windows. However, their application is not only limited to window cleaning. In fact, owners of a robot window cleaner such as HOBOT-298, HOBOT-388, and HOBOT-2S are using them for mirrors, countertops, shower cabins, solar panels, French doors, and more.
HOBOT line of window cleaning robots are suitable for horizontal surfaces such as kitchen countertops because of their exceptional built-in pressure laser sensors and leak detection technology. They allow for the robot to sense the edges of vertical as well as horizontal frameless surfaces. However, robot window cleaners are not designed, nor are suitable for cleaning floors. Floor cleaning robots require a higher suction power, high-frequency of dry and wet mopping capabilities to be effective. If you’re looking for best robot to clean your floors, look no further than HOBOT’s LEGEE-688 mop robot for hard, non-carpeted surfaces.
Using a window cleaning robot to clean your solar panels is becoming another very popular method of use. It’s treacherous to attempt cleaning the solar panels on your own since it involves climbing the roof. A study done in 2016 in Tucson, Arizona, found that cleaning solar panels improved their output by 1%. It may not appear much, but over the years it adds up to hundreds of dollars in savings, not to mention much approved appeal of the shiny panels.
In summary, a window cleaning robot is used in more ways than only cleaning windows. However, it’s important to select the right type of a window cleaning robot to perform various tasks of cleaning. HOBOT line of window cleaning robots provide for expanded use in performing cleaning tasks due to their embedded pressure sensors, anti-leak technology, and built-in water tank for automatic spraying.