How to wash the windows, mirrors and windows of your home without traces and without effort? You can do it without using chemicals! Here are cleaning tips that will give shine to your windows and tiles.
Mix water and white vinegar
To clean the windows without traces, you can create a powerful cleaner that you spray on the windows before you hit a rag. To do this, mix 750 milliliters of warm water with 250 milliliters of white vinegar. This 100% natural cleanser will make your windows look bright. On top of that, the smell of vinegar will make spiders and flies emerge from your home!
Dilute dishwashing liquid in hot water
You can also dilute dishwashing liquid in hot water and, if desired, add a little white vinegar (optional). Again, the dirty surface can be scrubbed with a cloth or newspaper and then the glass is rinsed with clean water. You can use a soft squeegee to remove excess water and wipe with a lint-free cloth. With this method, the windows are bright and without traces.
Prepare a solution based on white Meudon
It is possible to restore radiance to your windows by diluting half a glass of liquid Marseille soap in a glass of hot water and adding 250 grams of white Meudon into the mixture. Then simply rub the affected area with a rag soaked in homemade liquid and wait until everything is dry. You can also polish the surface with a chamois leather for even more impressive results.
Rub the windows with a ball of newspaper
Lemon juice is one of the best cleaners. By mixing it with hot water, it can be sprayed on dirty windows. It is then good to rub the surface with a newspaper rolled into a ball. The result is always impeccable!
Pour glycerin over nylon tights
Nothing like glycerine to prevent fogging on your windows! Pour a few drops of glycerin on a nylon tights that you no longer use. Rub energetically and you will never be bothered by these ugly deposits of moisture!
The right accessories to clean windows without traces
No matter what product you decide to use, for a result without traces, you have to be methodical. The ideal is to use a first microfiber cloth just wrung out to clean the glass and then use a second dry, lint-free cloth to wipe the surface. You can also use a squeegee with a good quality rubber. Before scraping, wipe the edge and top of the glass with a clean, dry cloth. It is imperative to wipe the squeegee between each pass. In the next passage, make sure to let the tip of the squeegee over the area that is already scraped. It is also possible to simply remove the excess water with the squeegee and then wipe with a clean cloth.