Wednesday, August 13, 2014

3 Homemade Glass Cleaner Recipes

Whether you’re out of Windex or are trying to be more environmentally-friendly, you’ll be happy to know that you can actually make your own glass cleaner! Not only is it easy and inexpensive, but it’s also a smart way to prevent skin irritation. Below are three homemade glass cleaner recipes you might want to try.

1. Citrus & vinegar

Peel the citrus fruit of your choice and soak the peels in vinegar for two to three weeks. Strain the mixture and pour into a spray bottle with equal parts water. This will make a fresh-smelling and effective glass cleaner!

2. Seltzer

Seriously, that's all you need. Pour some club soda into a spray bottle, and spritz onto the glass that needs to be cleaned. You’d be surprised at how well the carbonation helps break up dirt and grime!

3. Vinegar & dish soap

Combine one cup of vinegar with 1⁄2 teaspoon of dish soap (not dishwasher detergent) and a gallon of warm water. Again, pour the mixture into a spray bottle and use as you would with your normal glass cleaner.

Homemade products made with natural ingredients can be more effective than you realize. Plus, they have less of a negative impact on the environment. That’s a win/win in our book!

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  2. Thanks for sharing , it helps ! But I would like to ask whether it's a must to use the dish soap?
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