DIY Window CleanerEverybody’s windows eventually get dirty. There’s an entire profession in window cleaning so it should come as no surprise. There are many DIY Window Cleaner methods that you can take into consideration, to save you a lot of time, and a lot of effort. In this blog I shall be writing about different home remedies in making your windows sparkling clean again.

A common yet effective method to cleaning your windows is to use nothing but water and vinegar. A general window cleaner can be made using distilled white vinegar and water.  The vinegar (fermented ethanol, through either fast or slow fermentation processes) removes films, smears and smudges from glass surfaces and leaves the windows streak free afterwards. So no more streaky windows after using your favourite window cleaner! Make sure that you mix equal amounts of vinegar and water and pour it into a spray bottle. It is best to use a spray bottle as it distributes the cleaning fluid evenly over the glass. Spray the vinegar and water onto the windows and make sure to wipe the surface clean with a lint free cloth.

IF your window is extremely dirty, it could be best to prewash the window with soapy water and then use undiluted vinegar onto them hard to remove blemishes. Apply the vinegar to the cloth and just keep rubbing until the marks have gone. Once the window has been cleaned, polish the surface with a dry cloth.

If your windows are just a tad dusty, with no marks or dirty blemishes, it could be wise to just wipe the window with a dry cloth to create a streak free shine. Once again, make sure to use lint free cotton cloths to polish the windows as these clothes won’t scratch the window surface. Removing light dust can be easily accomplished by slightly dampening a cloth and rubbing down the glass / windowpanes. The damp picks up the dust off of the glass with ease.

Aside from vinegar, other household items will work just as well. Such as Lemon juice. You can use lemon juice to cut grease and also to polish glass surfaces. Usually it is best to mix 1 tablespoon of lemon juice into 1 quarter of water. Then spray the solution onto your windows and wipe them dry. You can also polish out scratches in windows from using toothpaste! Use a rag or cotton ball and work it into the scratch. Polish the area afterwards with a soft cloth for best results.

I hope these DIY Window Cleaner methods will helped.

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