How to Clean Windows, an environmentally friendly life hacks

It is known that taking care of the house is never easy and can be stressful at certain times. Especially when it comes to home windows, which need precise and punctual care to avoid the formation of unsightly stains and halos. In addition, windows and mirrors with perfectly clear glass panes not only help bring light into the home, but also spread a sense of cleanliness and order throughout the home, and make you look great in front of your guests. The following is a selection of some tips on how to effectively and naturally clean the glass in your home!

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  1. White vinegar and baking soda

A 100% natural home glass cleaning method is to create a solution of white vinegar and baking soda. Mix four tablespoons of white vinegar and 100 grams of baking soda in one liter of water, pour it into a spray container, shake and finally spray the mixture on a sheet of newsprint. The properties of these two natural ingredients will give your home windows brightness and sharpness!

NB: If you don’t like the smell of vinegar, no problem! Add about ten drops of lemon essential oil to the solution in order to get glasses that are not only clean, but also smell good.

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  1. Warm water and Marseille soap.

If vinegar has the ability to make the glass in your home shine, Marseille soap is a powerful natural degreaser. Dissolve a tablespoon of Marseille soap flakes in a liter of warm water, place the mixture in a bottle equipped with a convenient sprayer, shake it well and use it as a regular cleaner. This solution will be especially useful for kitchen windows, where vapors and grease go on the windows more easily.

NB: To clean and dry your home windows, get a microfiber cloth, which cleans deeply thanks to its special textile composition and dries perfectly without leaving halos.

  1. Warm water, lemon and baking soda

Another magical tip for cleaning home windows is definitely lemon. In fact, this natural ingredient, thanks to its degreasing properties, turns out to be very effective in removing dirt and halos on the windows and mirrors at home. Pour 500 ml of lukewarm water into a container with a spray bottle, then add three tablespoons of lemon juice, one teaspoon of baking soda. Finally, shake everything well and, with the help of a microfiber cloth, rub your mixture on the affected surface. What you will get as result is definitely clear and bright glass!

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