Most of us use dish soap only for dishes, but what you didn’t know is that this cleaning substance is great for other domestic chores, due to its degreasing properties.
Returning to our “dirty window” problem, the dish soap will bring back their shine real quickly, such as white vinegar.
So, combining these 2 solutions, you will get the most powerful and 100 % natural window cleaner.
How do we proceed?
Pour in a bucket 3 parts of lukewarm water, 1 part of white vinegar, and then add plenty of dish soap (I pour 250 ml). If your windows are very dirty, add more vinegar.
Now, stir until the foam appears. Then, with a soft cloth or sponge, apply the foam on the glass and wipe well with lint-free paper towels or newspapers.
You can put the solution in a spray bottle, and then spray on the windows, if you don’t want to soak your hands in the solution.
The windows will remain incredibly clean and those cloudy traces will be gone.
Tip: to clean the window corners, I use a cotton pad soaked in this dish soap solution.
When it comes to window corners, it is best to use the removable scraps for removing dirt.
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