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How To Clean A Mirror Without Streaks

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How to clean a mirror – how to streak-free and shine your mirrors in 5 minutes or less

It’s really easy to keep mirror glass sparklingly clean and it only takes a couple of minutes.

It’s worth making up a batch of the mirror cleaner and keeping it in a spray bottle under the sink.

I tend to have a bottle of mirror glass cleaner under the sink all the time, because it’s just so handy!

There’s no harsh chemicals in our homemade mirror cleaner, as I always think it’s best to keep chemicals to a minimum where you can in family homes.

This is great for blitzing through the housework with – it’s so quick and easy to use and works so well! It’s just the best way to clean a mirror.

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What You’ll Need To Clean A Mirror

You’ll just need a handful of regular household products to mix up this easy homemade natural cleaning product.

  • clean empty spray bottle – you can pick these up in pound shops, supermarkets or order on Amazon. These are actually really handy to have especially if you like to mix up your own natural cleaning products.
  • 1 cup white vinegar
  • 2 cups water

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How To Make Homemade Mirror Cleaner

It’s super easy to make our homemade mirror cleaner for cleaning mirrors.

  • Pour the water, vinegar and drop of washing up liquid into the spray bottle and shake gently to mix.

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How To Clean A Mirror

The mirror cleaner spray is brilliant at getting mirrors clean, it cuts through dirt, greasy build up and smears to really clean the glass so it squeaks!

Our mirror cleaner will clean even a really dirty mirror! And turn it into a sparkly mirror in no time.

Here’s how to get your mirror gleaming using the homemade mirror cleaner.

  • Spray the mirror with the mirror cleaner spray.
  • Using paper kitchen towel or a lint free cloth rub in circular motions to clean the whole mirror.
  • Use a fresh dry piece of paper kitchen towel and buff the surface to make sure no streaks remain.

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How to make homemade mirror cleaner

Yield: around 350ml
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: Less than £1

Mix up your own green cleaner with this super simple natural recipe for homemade mirror cleaner

Materials

  • 1 cup white vinegar 
  • 2 cups water 
  • 1 drop eco washing up liquid 
  • 1 clean empty spray bottle 

Tools

  • funnel
  • measuring cups 

Instructions

  1. Pour the water, vinegar and washing up liquid into the spray bottle.
  2. Swirl the ingredients together.
  3. Screw the spray bottle lid back on.
  4. Use the spray to clean mirrors

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