Magic Window Cleaner- 1Tbsp. Jet Dry, 3Tbsp. Dawn 2 cups water. Mix and place in a spray bottle. Wet your windows, and spray. Scrub with a sponge, and rinse with cold water. No need to dry! Sounds great for the outside windows.
Cornstarch cleaning trick: Cornstarch “I add a teaspoon of cornstarch to a cup of white vinegar and a cup of water (my standard window cleaning solution) and the results are incredible,” says Melissa Maker. “The glass becomes so shiny and crystal clear. The cornstarch is the magic ingredient—it’s a very fine natural abrasive that helps work away grime and leave behind a streak-free shine.”
The magic way to clean your windows, does such a thing exist in the real world? Yes, it does, wands and magical training are not required. Dawn Dishwashing soap, Jet Dry, and some warm water are all you need. Before finding this magical cleaning method, I procrastinated washing my windows. Getting them clean took what felt like a herculean effort on my part. Now I can get one sliding glass door and eight full-length windows clean and streak free in ten minutes!
Ingredients: 1 cup water 1/4 cup white distilled vinegar 2 tablespoons olive oil 10-15 drops essential oil of your choice Directions: Mix all ingredients together in an empty spray bottle Shake before use. Simply spray directly onto the surface you are dusting or a cloth (microfiber works best) and wipe the dust off.
How to Clean Window Tracks: white vinegar and baking soda (or hydrogen peroxide!) 30 Q-tips toothbrush hot water paper towels Sprinkle baking soda into the corners, then pour in some vinegar. The baking soda will begin to bubble and loosen up the cruddy stuff. When the bubbling calms down, begin to make circle motions with a Q-tip, then go back into the corners and sweep the muck towards the middle. Pour warm water from the corner to the center. Use your paper towels to wipe everything dry.
Another pinner said...Wash outdoor windows with Woolite. I have been doing this for years and found a blog with photos. I use 1/2 cup to 1 gallon warm water, but other than that I do the same as this blogger using a soft car washing brush on an extension handle. Makes outdoor window cleaning easy.