Homemade natural window cleaner

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Cleaning the home with minimal chemicals is something that has always appealed to me. This is the homemade natural window cleaner recipe I use on the windows inside the house, mirrors, glass surfaces and tiles. It keeps them super shiny and sparkling clean with no streaks.

You will need:

  • Empty spray bottle – these are usually around £1 from supermarkets/general stores
  • 2 cups cold water
  • 1/4 cup vinegar
  • squirt of washing up liquid

Instructions:

  • Pour the water and vinegar into the spray bottle, add a squirt of washing up liquid and swirl to combine all the ingredients.
  • Screw on the spray lid and you’re ready to clean!

Just spray, rub with a damp cloth then buff with paper kitchen towel or scrunched up newspaper.  The vinegar in the homemade window cleaner works really well to remove greasy sticky marks like children’s hand prints from windows and leaves them streak free.

Natural homekeeping is all part of a good housework routine.

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