Have you ever looked up at a person cleaning a skyscraper and wondered, "What's it like to be that guy every day?"
"The New York Times" has you covered.
In a special focus piece, the "Times" spoke with Brent Weingard who has been washing windows in New York City for 35 years.
Weingard explains how window cleaners fasten themselves to buildings to avoid falls, the part of his body that hurts most after a long day his secret ingredient for getting windows to look their cleanest.
You'll have to watch the video to find out, because I won't tell!
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