Saturday, 3 September 2011

How to Make a Natural Window Cleaner

Natural window cleaners have been used by generations as an inexpensive, non-toxic and effective way to clean windows. These cleaners are safe to use around pets, children and people with allergies or asthma. Use your homemade natural window cleaner to make your windows shiny without polluting the environment.

Instead of using professional cleaning services to clean your windows, here are some free tips how to do it yourself with a homemade eco-friendly window cleaner.
  1. Pour 1 cup of white vinegar into a 1-gallon jug, and fill up with water. The jug could be from anything as long as it is clean. A 1-gallon milk jug works well. Use a funnel to avoid spilling vinegar out of the jug.
  2. Cap the jug and shake it to mix the vinegar and water thoroughly.
  3. Get a clean empty spray bottle and fill it with the mixture. Use a funnel to pour the natural window solution from the jug into the spray bottle.
  4. Close the spray bottle with its sprayer top. Use the natural window cleaner as you would do with any commercial window cleaner.
  5. Return any remaining solution from the spray bottle into the jug, and store it for later use. Make sure to cap the jug properly.
You can use old sheets of newspaper instead of paper towels to wipe your windows. This is a good way to recycle old paper, and avoid any lint left behind on the windows after you finish wiping.
Using professional cleaning services is a good idea if you don't have time to clean your windows on your own. There are many good cleaning companies that provide window cleaning on affordable prices, so you should not have troubles on finding one that suits your budget and needs.


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