I've written this article on how to clean windows to show you that you don't necessarily have to employ a window cleaner to clean your windows. It's something that can easily be done yourself. The following tips will have your windows, patio doors and skylights sparking in no time at all.
So without further a do, let's get cleaning those windows.
Cornstarch - An excellent window cleaning tip is to add 200g of cornsarch to 5 liters of warm water. Grab yourself a soft cloth and clean your windows the usual way and wipe dry with another soft cloth.
Ethanol and Apple Cider vinegar - This is an excellent window cleaning tip and will leave the glass free for streaks too. You'll need to grab yourself a spraying bottle and pour equal parts pure, concentrated ethanol and apple cider vinegar into it. Before you spray it on your windows or mirrors give the bottle a thorough shake. For the best results use a paper towel to wipe.
You can use this solution to clean mirrors too, and what's more it'll stop them from steaming up too.
Air freshener - Believe it or not air freshener can be use to clean windows. Next time you clean your windows give it and try and see how effective it is. Plus it leaves a lovely smell.
Club soda - Believe it or not club soda can be used to clean windows. Pour some into a spray bottle and wipe with a paper towel.
Vinegar and Water - For this window cleaning tip dilute your vinegar with a water to a ratio of 1:4 (if you use 200ml of vineagar dilute it with 800ml of water). Pour the mixture into a spray bottle, give a quick shake, spray some of the contents onto the window and buff with crumpled up newspaper for a perfect shine.
Baking Soda - Get yourself 300g of baking soda and mix it with water to form a thick paste. Next apply it to the affected area and leave for thirty minutes. When the time has elapsed rinse away with water and spray with a solution of 50% vinegar 50% water.
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