Window cleaning doesn’t have to be a tough task just because you don’t use commercial cleaners. Making a homemade cleaner is another option you have instead of buying commercial cleaning products, most of which contain harmful ingredients. A solution made of natural ingredients not only saves money, but also protects the environment.
- Mix 1 tablespoon of white vinegar with 1 cup of each: rubbing alcohol and water. Pour the mixture into a spray bottle and label the bottle with a proper text, for example “window cleaner”, to prevent mistaking the bottle with another one.
- Use your homemade cleaner on windows and other surfaces just as you would use a cleaner bought from a store. Spray some of the solution onto the desired window and wipe it off with a cloth, paper towels or a newspaper.
- Store what is left of your window cleaner in a cool dry place until next use.
This homemade window cleaner is a prefect solution when you need to quickly clean a freshly occurred stain on your window. It requires a few minutes to be made, and the ingredients can easily be found in most kitchen cabinets. You should not worry about the vinegar odor, as it will dissipate after the cleaner dries. However, if you don’t have time to wash your windows, consider using professional cleaning services because it is important to keep your windows clean for a bright and nice looking home.