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I am still on a ‘Spring’ clean here and up next was the window washing. I found out that you don’t need to use glass cleaner to clean your windows, you can easily make your own.

DIY window cleaner

What you’ll need:

  • 1 cup water
  • 1 cup white vinegar
  • 3 drops of dishwashing liquid

Method:

  1. Add all the ingredients to a spray bottle and shake well to combine.
  2. Spray your window.
  3. Use a towel or cloth to wipe off the dirt and spray.
  4. Buff window with newspaper.

That’s it!

It worked perfectly for me, try it out and let me know how you go. Please add comment below.

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  • Goodbye Windex lol, thanks for sharing!

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  • Sounds very good actually. I hate cleaning our windows

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  • have literally tried everything! and never get it shiny and smear free, so fingers crossed and copied this recipe, love it when get info from Mouth of mums and give some to a win win situation, love and thank you. my lovely friends

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  • Such simple everyday items that are already around the home

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  • Fantastic. Just need to get myself a spray bottle and I’ll be good to go. It’s one of those jobs I’ve been putting off.

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  • Oh so simple – just need to teach my children how to use it now.

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  • Thank ou, this looks easy.

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  • I’ m going to try this technique. Hopefully I’ll get streak free windows.

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  • Hooray – this is just what I need. I was just complaining about my streaky windows

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  • Use it all the time works so well

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  • Thank you for such an easy and economical alternative to spraying chemicals. I have even had trouble with spray cans leaving streaks – and the fumes that get up my nose while I’m doing it, I get the sneezes! My grandkids often come to visit and I’ve been reluctant to clean their little fingerprint pictures off the mirrors, not any more. Again thanks.

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  • What doesn’t Vinegar do!? Easy.

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  • Fantastic and so easy. I have vinegar, water aplenty and dishing washing liquid. Thanks for the tip!

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  • Lol, me too always used dish wash liquid and vinegar since that’s what my mum taught me and I bet my grandma taught her to do so….

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  • I’ll be using this one.

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