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It's almost spring and it's high time to wash the windows and let in as much spring sunlight as possible, don't you think? If you're okay with this, choose a window cleaner to make your windows glow. If you don't want to use a finished product, you can always make your own with simple homemade ingredients and keep your windows clean naturally without chemicals. Read the following tutorials on how to make such home remedies.
Our environment is full of toxins and one of the biggest culprits in the toxin department is household cleaners. If you want to keep as much toxins out of your home as possible, make this jar cleaner!
Is your bathroom mirror super dirty? There are different ways to clean it up and this tutorial will tell you about them. Don't forget to wipe the mirror down with a newspaper at the end for a super clean one.
Here is a very simple and quick recipe for cleaning any type of glass. Vinegar and hot water or dish soap form the basis of the recipe. Read the rest of the tutorial.
If you are a sensitive sniff or have one in your family, using ammonia-based window cleaners is a daunting task. But that's not a problem, you can find that a natural homemade glass cleaner works just as well (if not better) than the commercial material. Read this guide to create one.
Make your own glass cleaner from ingredients you likely already have in your closet. You don't have to constantly support large companies with their shiny packaging or spend a lot of money on a cleaner that advertises itself as natural. Disposing less is better for the environment than any “green” cleaner you can buy in a store.
This homemade cleaner is easy and quick to make! A strong vodka can replace rubbing alcohol. If you introduce water into a product without a preservative, there is always a risk of introducing bacteria. Therefore, use water-based products quickly.
It is very important to swap out all nasty chemical cleaners for gentler, safer ones if you have babies or people with allergies at home. You can easily make your own glass cleaner, and all of the ingredients will be in your kitchen.
Homemade glass cleaner. So easy. So effective. Seriously, these ingredients are super cheap and make homemade glass cleaners a breeze. Save money. Throw away the chemicals. Help the planet. I think that's what they call a trifecta of green life. Read on to find out how to do it.
Spring is in the air, it's the perfect time to freshen up the house, remove unwanted items and greet the change of seasons with a little spring cleaning and homemade glass cleaner recipe! Make this homemade glass cleaner recipe, then use it for spring cleaning with these tips below.
Sometimes commercial detergents can be harmful to the environment and irritate sensitive skin. Private label glass cleaners usually contain harmful chemicals like ammonia, which can also trigger sinuses. Here are some simple, inexpensive ways to save money, the environment, and your skin by making your own glass cleaner. Make a special glass cleaner that will make your windows spotless and streak-free. The great ingredient in this streak-free DIY glass cleaner is isopropyl alcohol, or rubbing alcohol. Read on to see what else you need to make this cleaner.