Simple instructions for making your own homemade window cleaner that’s super effective and leaves windows streak free.
Cleaning at home with DIY cleaning products and minimising my use of chemical cleaners is something that has always appealed to me.
This is the homemade glass cleaner recipe I use on the windows inside the house, mirrors, glass surfaces and tiles.
And it’s just the BEST window cleaning solution. It leaves windows sparkling clean, super shiny and streak free. Streakless window cleaning is now super easy!
A cleaning solution of vinegar and water for windows is actually really effective, it leaves them squeaky clean.
How To Make Homemade Window Cleaner Spray
You actually only need three ingredients to make our homemade glass cleaner and it takes just 2 minutes!
I think you’ll just LOVE that our homemade window cleaner doesn’t smell really strongly of ammonia or chemicals.
We just love this non toxic window cleaner – it works super well, our best window washing recipe yet!
What You Need To Make Homemade Window Cleaner
- Empty spray bottle – these are usually around £1 from supermarkets/general stores or you can order on Amazon
- 2 cups cold water
- 1/4 cup white vinegar
- squirt of washing up liquid – I use Ecover washing up liquid
Make sure your window cleaning kit is packed with the essentials
How To Make Homemade DIY Window Solution
You are going to just love how simple our window washing recipe is to make!
- 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 bottle lid and you’re ready to clean!
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How To Use Homemade Window Cleaner Spray
Using our homemade window cleaner spray is super easy. And I find it the best window cleaning solution.
- Just spray the windows with a generous quantity of the window cleaner spray.
- Then wipe the windows clean with a lint free cloth. Really rubbing the window cleaning solution into the corners and along the edges where dirt can gather on the glass.
- Then I simply buff the window dry with paper kitchen towel to remove any streaks.
The white vinegar in the homemade glass cleaner works really well to remove greasy sticky marks like children’s hand prints from windows and leaves them streak free in no time!
Best of all this is a natural glass cleaner with no nasty chemicals! So as long as you use a non-toxic dishwashing liquid then you’ll be making a non toxic window cleaner too!
To create organic glass cleaner just be sure to use organic products when mixing your window washing recipe.
The glass cleaner is also brilliant at removing that black mould and mildew that can gather along the bottom by the window sealant.
I usually clean my inside windows once a month and wipe off any sticky or greasy marks as I see them.
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- 1 clean empty spray bottle
- 2 cups cold water
- 1/4 cup white vinegar
- drop of washing up liquid
- Pour the water and vinegar into a spray bottle and add a squeeze of washing up liquid.
- Screw on the spray bottle lid.
- Swirl all the ingredients together gently.
To use simply spray onto glass, wipe and then buff off with paper towles.
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