Two Easy Homemade Glass Cleaners
Updated: Jul 9
Store glass cleaners are usually very effective; however, most of the times they do not clean eliminate that white coat that most glass tend to develop in places like the shower. But do not worry, we got you!
We are going to share with you two different homemade glass cleaners that you can make at home. The best part? You might have all these ingredients at home already and it’s eco-friendly!
Keep in mind that you will need to apply it more than once in order to get rid of all the white coat on shower doors, windows, etc. We recommend to do it at least twice a week.
What you need: • ½ c. rubbing alcohol • ½ c. water • 1 Tbsp. vinegar • Spray Bottle
Mix all the ingredients in a small cup and then fill the spray bottle and use as a glass cleaner. Store in a cool cabinet away from any heat source, as the alcohol will make this mixture flammable.
Benefits: • Inexpensive • No harsh chemicals or fumes • Effectively removes fingerprints and another window grime • Doesn't leave streaks
What you need: • ¼ c. rubbing alcohol • ¼ c. white vinegar • 1 Tbsp. cornstarch • 2 c. warm water • Spray Bottle
Use a small cup to mix all ingredients and then fill the spray bottle and shake well. Use as a glass cleaner. Store in a cool cabinet away from any heat source, as the alcohol will make this mixture flammable.
Benefits: • Evaporates quickly, so you don't end up with spots • Inexpensive • No harsh chemicals or fumes • Similar to what is found in many commercial glass cleaners
The total amount of money that you will spend is approximately $1.03 for an entire bottle of glass cleaner that is effective and easy to make. Also, both cleaners are non-toxic and you are not spraying multiple chemicals around your house.
Tip of the day: Use newspaper instead of paper towels or rags to clean glass. It's the secret to streak-free windows