How to Make Homemade Glass Cleaner That Works

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In daily life, those who take care of their homes are always searching for cleaning solutions that are efficient, cheap, and natural.

This homemade glass cleaner facilitates cleaning since it can remove grease and other kinds of spots off shower stalls, doors and windows, mirrors, and even tempered glass.

Keeping glass clean can be way easier!

In today’s video, you will learn how to make a homemade glass cleaner with natural ingredients.

Write down the ingredients
1/4 cup of rubbing alcohol (or vodka).
It helps keep the glass free from scratches, and sanitizes the surface.

1/4 cup of white vinegar.
It eliminates dirt, especially fingerprints and spots.

1 tablespoon of cornstarch or arrow root.
It may be weird to see this ingredient here, but it cleans without scratching and gives the glass a shine.

5 drops of lemon essential oil and 5 drops of orange essential oil.
Those two will be responsible for leaving a nice perfume in your home.

2 cups of distilled water.

To make it, you will need a funnel. Use the funnel to add vinegar and alcohol to a spray bottle of 1.35oz.

After that, add the cornstarch and essential oils, also using the funnel. Add the water.

Close the bottle and it is ready to use. After using it, shake it well.

Now you just need to use the glass cleaner with a paper towel or a microfiber cloth to clean the desired surface.

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