Homemade Glass & Window Cleaner, it’s Easier Than You Think

If I had a dime for every time I had to clean dog snot off the windows, I’d be independently wealthy, posting this from a white sandy beach in Tahiti, drinking something exotic from a coconut shell with a little paper umbrella in it.

I’ll admit that I’ve gone through a lot of commercial window cleaner in my time.  It’s funny how we tend to believe that if it’s not dyed, scented, doesn’t lather or produce suds, it can’t possibly work. But about four years ago I discovered that not only do some homemade cleaners work, they may actually work better, without using harsh chemicals.

Making your own window cleaner is economical and easy, using four ingredients that you already have on hand.  Honest.  You need just;

  • 1 cup of rubbing alcohol
  • 1 cup of water
  • 1 Tbsp of white vinegar
  • 2 or 3 drops of liquid dish soap

Just pour these four ingredients into a clean spray bottle and give it a quick shake.  See.  I told you it was easy.  And you made it for mere pennies.

This works great on windows, mirrors, chrome, even ceramic tile.  For a streak free shine on windows and mirrors, spray it on, then wipe it dry with crumpled newspaper.

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