In this quick tutorial, we’re going to teach you how to professionally clean your windows without creating streaks. We will also show you how to make your own window washing solution with vinegar for a safe and effective cleaning product.
You’ve heard of singing the Praises of vinegar before, it truly is a cleaning Miracle product provided by Nature. It’s non-toxic and antibacterial, it will kill germs safely end is much cheaper than store-bought chemical cleaners. did vinegar is inhaled or even ingested it is not harmful, it won’t taste good and you might not feel the best but you will be fine.
What makes vinegar so powerful? It’s actually the acidic composition of vinegar that allows it to break down grime, oil, and film that built-up on your glass surfaces. When you clean your windows using a solution that contains vinegar, your windows will almost always be streak free.
Basic vinegar window wash
Are you ready? this is really tough, okay it’s not really. All you need to do is mix one part hot water with 1 part distilled white vinegar into a clean spray bottle and you are ready for general window washing.
Vinegar window wash for grimy windows
If this is the first time cleaning your windows with the vinegar solution as opposed to a commercially bought solution you might want to follow this recipe.
Take 2 cups of water, 1/4 cup of white vinegar, and a half a teaspoon of dishwashing liquid. Mix all these products together in a spray bottle, shake it up, spray-on surface and clean.
Vinegar window wash for zombie glass
If your windows are so badly dirty that it looks like zombies were rubbing up against them then you’ll want to follow this recipe. It’s the most basic recipe of all, straight vinegar warmed up and put into a spray bottle. Spray the solution directly on the glass and clean. It will have a very strong aroma and is not necessary on glass that is regularly cared for.
Steps to take when cleaning windows
- The first thing to always remember is only clean windows that are not in direct sunlight
- Moisten window using your vinegar solution, then scrub with a sponge until clean.
- Dry the Windows using a lint free microfiber cloth
- Immediately rinse and wipe any of the vinegar solution that got on the frames of the windows to avoid damage.