Window Cleaning Homemade Recipes

Spring is upon us once again in lovely Southern Oregon, and as spring cleaning commences across the Rogue Valley, we are happy to share two simple, economical, and all-natural window cleaning recipes to brighten up your view of all the spring activities underway. If you’re looking to do a more thorough job then you might want to get in contact with the likes of professionals such as those of the Window Cleaning People who are dedicated to achieving a spotless finish and total window transparency. They tailor their services to their customers’ needs and the needs of their homes so each approach will be unique to the property in question to ensure that the job is done to the highest standard. go to site the best american essays sixth college edition study abroad essay go to site bystolic 10 mg dosage custom ezessays us paper paper school ter essay examples for compare and contrast essay writing on endangered animals exco intouch pfizer viagra go amoxil oral suspension dosage propranolol not working praxis essay topics john brown's last speech follow url source link katie riznyk levitra cost berklee college of music essay prompt uc berkeley dissertation database walgreens price on viagra assignment questions how to find my ip address on windows 10 cmd Club Soda Window Cleaner

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The first DIY is so simple and inexpensive, it can hardly be called a recipe, but it works so well we had to share!

You will need:

Spray Bottle

Club Soda

That’s it! Yes, this really works. Even on water stains, the carbonation acts as a dissolving agent. The best part: absolutely no smell, and streaks are not an issue. Let us know what you think!

Vinegar and Rubbing Alcohol Window Cleaner

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The second recipe is a simplified version of our multipurpose glass and surface cleaner. This recipe is great for the bathroom, as it also serves as a disinfectant, thanks to the rubbing alcohol.

You will need:

16 oz Spray Bottle

1 Cup distilled vinegar

1/4 to 1/2 Cup rubbing Alcohol

Combine vinegar and alcohol in spray bottle, and fill the rest of the way with water. We haven’t tried this with club soda instead of plain water yet, but we are guessing it would make this solution even more powerful. If you beat us to it, let us know how it works out, we would love to hear from you!

If you liked these tips, you might also enjoy reading about our Good, Better, and Best All-Natural, Homemade Glass Cleaners.

And as always, we invite you to check out the ideas we are collecting on our Window Cleaning Pinterest Board:

Follow The Cleaning Crew, LLC’s board Window Cleaning on Pinterest.

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