Please make your own glass cleaner at home. Have you ever read the ingredients in store bought glass cleaners? Atleast 6 ingredients from a well-known glass cleaner brand (that rhymes with Mindex) are known to be toxic. I’m not trying to toot my own horn, but my glass cleaner recipe only has 3, and all three of them are safe for use around pets and children ( 📯 beep, beep!) Do yourself and your loved ones a favor and make your own glass cleaner at home. The last thing we need is little Timmy getting organ damage or Fido dying because they drank the kool-aid-like liquid. And, if you are looking to make your own surface cleaner too, try this one or even this one out. Need to clean your stainless steel? This!
What you need
- Safe for multi-purpose use without the toxicity
- The higher the percentage, the effective ⏤ I’m using 99% here, but use what you have, or what you can find
Distilled white vinegar
- An environmentally-friendly, yet effective cleaner
- Extremely versatile at cleaning, disinfecting and so much more!
- An economical option with a long shelf life
- Best option for the cleanest glass cleaner possible
- If you don’t have distilled water on hand, filtered water is a close second
- Doesn’t have any of the nasty chemicals found in tap water
- Distributes an even, light mist
- I’ve repurposed an old spray bottle, but if you don’t have anything handy, you could order something similar (linked above 👆🏾)
How to make
- Unscrew the nozzle on your spray bottle and get ready to add:
- 1 cup of Isopropyl alcohol
- Next, add 1 tbsp of White vinegar
- Lastly, add 1 cup of Distilled water making sure to leave space to add the nozzle back on
- Screw the nozzle back on
- Shake to combine
- All done!
Ways to use
- Just spray, wipe and you’re done!
- This recipe is great for glass and mirrors as well
- Yields roughly 2 cups (16 oz)
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