Homemade Window Cleaner

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Here’s an easy recipe for homemade window cleaner that is safe and all natural! Simply add 1/8 – 1/4 c. white vinegar to a spray bottle of warm water. Spray your glass with the solution, then wipe it dry with a newspaper for a streak-free shine!

I like this recipe for it’s simplicity and inexpensive ingredients! Do you have a favorite window cleaner recipe that you use?

Kendra
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A city girl learning to homestead on an acre of land in the country. Wife and homeschooling mother of four. Enjoying life, and everything that has to do with self sufficient living.

5 Comments

  1. I have some windows that get sprayed by the sprinklers and hard water has built up on them pretty badly. I tried every window cleaner on them, I even tried clr. The only thing that works is straight vinegar and a scrubby sponge. Then rinse with water and dry with newspaper.

  2. I’ve heard that the key to no streaks is making sure to wipe everything off – no liquid lines left, or you’ll get streaks. I like this recipe and add 2-3 drops of dish detergent and “voila” a great all-purpose surface cleaner.

  3. I finally quit using windex (it left streaks) and vinegar with newspaper (messy and smells…which I don’t mind but the family does)
    I now have really sparkly, streak-free windows by using just water and my 2 different special, reusable/washable cloths. I am happy to let the children help clean without concern of health risk (chemical) and the children love to help.

  4. ERic just asked me yesterday for our windex… hmmm… I forgot about this(perhaps I didn’t really know it) but now I’ll remember! Thanks.
    We really enjoyed the (prepared) headline news.
    Good stuff, good to be prepared. Thanks!

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