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Do you love to have squeaky clean windows and glass throughout your house? Do you want your mirrors to be streak-free with products that are non-toxic? Using natural products all throughout your home will make you feel better and healthier, too!
I love this glass & window cleaner because it is very easy to make, cost-effective, and I know all the ingredients I am using. I usually have all of these ingredients stored away at home, so I can make this anytime I need to!
TOols you will need:
Why is it important to use a dark colored glass bottle?
It’s important to use a dark colored glass bottle for this mixture, or any mixture that you make with essential oils. Essential oils are very potent and could harm plastic bottles. I also always recommend glass bottles over plastic because they are less harmful for the environment. The dark color (blue or amber) will protect the mixture from harsh lighting.
- 2 Cups Distilled Water
- 1/4 Cup Rubbing Alcohol
- 1 TBSP Cornstarch
- 1/4 Cup Vinegar
- 10-20 drops essential oil of your choice
I absolutely love this Clean House essential oil blend from Plant Life. It smells wonderful! The blend includes Bergamot, Lemon, Orange, Lime, Tangerine, Mandarin, and Lemongrass. It will leave your house smelling wonderful!
It’s super easy to make this window & glass cleaner. All you have to do is combine all of the ingredients listed above in the ingredients into a spray bottle (glass, dark colored). Shake the bottle well to mix all of the ingredients together. Make sure to shake well before each use. Spray, wipe, enjoy!
I hope this is what you’re looking for to replace your store-bought window & glass cleaner. It’s wonderful in so many ways! It’s easy to make, there are no harsh chemicals, and it helps to cut down on plastic waste, which is a win-win-win! I would love to know what you love about this recipe or any changes you may have made to it to make it better!
Until next time,