How to Make Homemade Glass Cleaner

Glass cleaners are an important part of household accessories. The primary purpose of a glass cleaner is to get rid of stains that accumulate on glass, tile counters, and stainless steel or linoleum floors over a period of time. A major benefit of making glass cleaner at home is that homemade glass cleaners are free from environmentally harmful chemicals. Making glass cleaner at home is a simple task. As a matter of fact, there are more than one ways in which you can make homemade glass cleaner.

Things Required:

- Spray bottles
- Soft cloths or paper towels
- Ammonia
- Water
- Rubbing alcohol
- White vinegar
- Ceramic bowl

Instructions

  • 1

    Ammonia Method

    Add 1/2 c. ammonia to a ceramic bowl and then add 1/2 c. isopropyl rubbing alcohol and 1/2 c. water to the bowl. Stir the contents of the ceramic bowl for about a minute.

  • 2

    Carefully pour contents of the ceramic bowl into a plastic spray bottle. Make sure that you do not spill the liquid anywhere else.

  • 3

    Spray cleaning liquid from the spray bottle onto the glass surface you want to clean and wipe clean with a soft piece of cloth or paper towel, until the surface is dry.

  • 4

    Vinegar Method

    Prepare a mixture of 2 parts water and 1 part vinegar in a spray bottle. Vigorously shake the contents of the spray bottle until the water and vinegar are mixed together.

  • 5

    Liberally spray cleaning liquid from the spray bottle onto the glass surface you want to clean and spray a light coat of pure vinegar from another spray bottle.

  • 6

    Wipe the glass surface clean with large, circular wipes with a piece of soft cloth or paper towel. Continue to wipe until there is no residue left on the glass surface you are cleaning. When the glass air dries, most or all of the stains will have been removed. However, if some stains still remain, repeat this process as many times as you have to.

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