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Homemade Window Cleaner

Windows are considered the eyes of the home, effecting how you see the outside world and to some extent how others view you.  We’ve all seen the TV maid who unequivocally states “I don’t do windows” well we say why not?

It’s not that tough, unless you live above the second floor.  For many of us cleaning windows is a little bit of stress relief.  You can take out your pent up aggressions, give your mind a chance to work without too much thought and when you’re done things look a little clearer.  It costs less than a massage, a whole lot less than therapy and you’ll be able to see the world through new eyes!

Our #1 favorite homemade window cleaner is so easy you’ll wonder why you ever bought glass cleaner to begin with.

1. Alcohol Window Cleaner

  • You will need a bottle of rubbing alcohol that is 90% alcohol (most is around 73% so check the label) it runs around $2.00 a bottle at the drugstore.
  • Filtered water ($.90 at the grocery if you don’t have filtered at home)
  • Spray bottle (Use the glass cleaner bottle you just emptied and rinsed out, or pick up one in the cleaning isle of the grocery they run $2.00 to $5.00 depending on size)

Mix equal parts alcohol and filtered water in spray bottle.  To use, simply spray glass and wipe with a paper towel or a lint free cloth.

*This is great for the windows, mirrors, eyeglasses (in fact I found a small spray bottle and keep it in my desk at work) computer screens (spray the cloth not the screen) Car windows (with out tinting).  I also use it to polish stainless steel in the kitchen!

2. Vinegar Window Cleaner

  • White distilled vinegar (I buy it by the gallon for less than $5.00)
  • Filtered water
  • Spray bottle
  • Newspaper

Mix  equal parts vinegar and water in spray bottle, clean window with crumpled newspaper.  This works well, but to I find it a lot more labor intensive than the Alcohol Window Cleaner.

3. Vinegar/Ammonia Window Cleaner

  • White distilled vinegar
  • Non-Sudsy Ammonia ($2.00 at the grocery store)
  • Filtered water
  • Bucket , sponge (or rag) and squeegee
  • Newspaper

Mix 1 cup vinegar, 1/2 cup ammonia and 1 gallon of water in bucket.  Use sponge to wash window, squeegee window to remove most of the solution, then polish with newspaper.

*What I don’t like is that this recipe uses Ammonia which is pretty harsh.  What I do like is that it is fairly easy to clean a house full of windows especially exterior windows with little to no hassle.

4. Tinted Window Cleaner

  • Liquid Dish detergent
  • Filtered water
  • Spray bottle
  • Soft lint free cloth (don’t use paper towels or newspaper as it will scratch the tinting film)

Mix 2-3 drops of liquid soap in a bottle full of water (at least a cup).  Spray interior car windows and wipe gently to remove oily film.

*This works well on home windows that have been tinted too.

**Do not work in direct sunlight or on very hot windows, it causes streaks and can cause the tint film to lift away from the glass.

A sparkling clean view awaits you and don’t forget that homemade cleaners are always better! View the msds safety sheet on Windex.

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