A WINDOW cleaner from Poole went the extra mile to clean a client’s panes after flying out to their house in Majorca.

Luke Rayner, who runs Harvard Window Cleaning in Sandbanks, spent a week cleaning the windows of a huge holiday home in Puerto Portals.

The anonymous owner of the hillside property overlooking the port on the popular Spanish island has been using Harvard for a number of years.

After buying the property in Majorca, he wanted all the glass brought up to the standards he is used to – so flew out his trusty window cleaner.

After reaching the island, Luke used the home owner’s personal equipment that had already been especially flown out.

He then spent the week making sure the windows were gleaming at the €10m (£8m) property that has its own cinema, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, huge gym – and even a glass lift.

Luke, 27, said: “Our customers are used to very high standards and we are more than happy to go the extra mile, but flying to the Mediterranean has to be top of the list so far.

“Because Harvard Window Cleaning is based in Sandbanks, we are used to large properties with lots of glass, and there are certain techniques involved.

“While I was in Majorca I also trained the client’s local staff who will be doing the job in future.”

He added: “The modern house is stunning and has a lot of large windows and plenty of glass surrounds. It looked superb when I’d finished.”

Harvard Window Cleaning was founded in 2012 and has one franchise in Hertfordshire and another in Salisbury, Wiltshire.

Luke said: “My business is really competitively priced, but clients like us because of the quality and the level of service – it’s all about trust.

“All my staff understand this and that is why we’re growing as a company and getting jobs like the one in Majorca.”

Luke also made headlines back in 2012, when he found a diamond ring on the rooftop of a Sandbanks house as he cleaned the windows.

He said at the time: “I think I could be the luckiest window cleaner ever."