Are you tired of using harsh chemicals to clean your windows? Not only can these chemicals harm the environment, but they can also be dangerous to your health. Luckily, many eco-friendly alternatives are just as effective. Here are some tips for green window cleaning.
Use Vinegar And Water Solution
The easiest way to clean your windows without harsh chemicals is to use a solution of vinegar and water. Mix equal white vinegar and water in a spray bottle and shake well. Spray the solution onto the window and use a cloth to wipe away the dirt and grime. You can add a few drops of dish soap to the solution for tough stains.
Try Lemon Juice And Baking Soda
Lemon juice and baking soda are also great natural alternatives to harsh chemicals. Mix two tablespoons of lemon juice and one baking soda tablespoon to create a paste. Apply the paste to the window with a microfiber cloth and let it sit for a few minutes. Then, use a squeegee to wipe away the paste and the dirt.
Use Newspaper For Streak-Free Windows
If you want streak-free windows, use newspaper instead of paper towels or a cloth. Spray your preferred solution onto the window and use a crumpled-up newspaper to wipe away the dirt and grime. The newspaper’s ink helps absorb the solution, leaving your windows streak-free and shiny.
Use A Homemade Glass Cleaner
Mix one cup of water and white vinegar, and shake well. Spray the solution onto the window and wipe away the dirt and grime with a microfiber cloth. The cornstarch helps to absorb the solution and leaves your windows shiny and streak-free. Plus, you can feel good about using a safe homemade cleaner for your health and the environment.
Many natural alternatives to harsh chemicals can be just as effective for cleaning your windows. A vinegar and water solution, lemon juice and baking soda, and newspaper can all help you achieve clean and streak-free windows without harming the environment or your health. Give Area 360 Cleaning Services a try and see the difference for yourself!