How to Make Homemade Glass Cleaner

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Knowing how to make Homemade Glass Cleaner is a good way to get away from commercial glass cleaners that are full of toxic ingredients. Whether you use windex ingredients, window cleaning services or toxic window cleaning products, you will want to rethink the window cleaning products you use and try something that will not only save you money but know exactly what you are using in your home. You will find that some of the commercial window cleaning products contain 2-Butoxyethanol, which may cause adrenal tumors in animals especiallly not good if you own pets. Moderate exposure in humans of these toxic cleaning products can cause irritation of the mucus membranes, and heavy exposure may lead to more serious side effects like hypotension, metabolic acidosis, pulmonary edema. When it comes to window cleaning and window cleaning services, you want to use products that are safe for you and your family. When it comes to making your homemade window cleaning solution, all you will need is an empty gallon container (a water jug container will do just fine), some ammonia, some rubbing alcohol and some Dawn dish soap. To make the window cleaning solution simply fill your gallon container halfway with water, then add the remaining window cleaning ingredients in the order listed, then fill the rest of the way with some water. Then give the bottle a gentle shake and you have a gallon of window cleaning solution that was inexpensive to make. Then pour some of the window cleaning solutions into a spray bottle and try it on your windows. This window cleaning solution works as good if not better than the windex ingredients, and you made it on your own. Another window cleaning tip for fuzz free windows and mirrors in your house is to clean your windows with some newspaper.

Other window cleaning tips and tricks you might try to clean the windows and glass around your home is to avoid cleaning your windows when the sun is shining which can cause streaks because the window cleaning solutions dry too quickly. To avoid lint residue, the newspaper trick is one of the best window cleaning ideas instead of using paper towels or cloths. You will want to avoid using newspapers for your window cleaning if you are sensitive to the inks in the newspaper. Another easy to make window cleaning solution can be made from undiliuted white vinegar in a spray bottle, or use equal parts of white vinegar and water in a spray bottle.

White distilled vinegar not only works for window cleaning in place of windex ingredients but it can also be used for a variety of other effective non-toxic, eco friendly cleaning supplies and all-natural cleaning solutions for your home. White distilled vinegar has a wide variety of uses from removing household odors, cleaning light fixtures in your kitchen, dining rooms, and bathrooms, removing spills and stains from carpets, cleaning windows, and so much more. White distilled vinegar is also an eco friendly cleaning supplies and non toxic cleaners that are good for window cleaning. You can use white vinegar as an all natural home cleaning products by simply placing an open bowl of white vinegar in any room where there might be bad odors at nighttime. In the morning, remove the bowl of vinegar once the smell is gone away.

Thanks to Ashley for sharing this window cleaning and window cleaning services idea on how to make homemade glass cleaner. This is just one of the window cleaning ideas and natural cleaning solutions you will find on the "Ashley's Homemade Adventures" site. *

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