Clean the windows naturally: here's how



What are the most effective ways to clean glass naturally ?

We discover some simple, economic and ecological alternative to clean the windows without detergents harmful to health and the environment.

Clean the windows naturally

In the market there are numerous specific products for cleaning glass but there are cheaper and more natural alternatives to clean the windows effectively .

To eliminate dust, stains and fingerprints from the glass, hot water and vinegar can suffice, a solution that is also useful for removing limestone residues from glass cups. A more accurate cleaning of windows and glass is obtained using steam or a solution of water and soap from Marseille.

It is also possible to effectively remove the halos from the window panes by using alcohol or newspaper: to get good results and clean the windows effortlessly, it is better to avoid washing the windows when the sun is beating on the windows. Another tip is to clean the windows starting from the center of the surface, moving horizontally until you reach the edges.

Get microfibre sponges, cotton cloths and a squeegee to clean and dry the glass; if you need to wash a frosted glass, use an abrasive sponge or a laundry brush.

Clean the windows without detergents

A quick and simple cleaning of window panes and mirrors, to remove dust and halos, can be done simply with hot water.

Fill a bucket with very hot water, wear gloves so as not to burn yourself and use a microfibre cloth to clean window panes and cupboards . Excess water is removed with a cotton cloth or using a squeegee.

Eliminate halos from glasses, mirrors and glasses

For bright and halos-free glasses, 250 milliliters of distilled water and 250 milliliters of white wine vinegar can be poured into a sprayer, shaken and sprayed on the surface to be washed.

To eliminate the limestone that deposits on the glasses, leave for five minutes, then dry with a cotton cloth; to remove the halos from windows and mirrors, proceed by drying immediately with a newspaper.

Cleaning the house without detergents? Here's how

Brilliant and fragrant glasses

If you don't like the smell of vinegar, you can remove the halos by preparing a simple glass cleaner . Pour 250 milliliters of water and 250 milliliters of denatured alcohol and 10 drops of lemon essential oil into one spray: shake, sprinkle on the glass and dry with a cotton cloth.

Clean the windows and windows with steam

The steam cleans and sanitizes all washable surfaces, fabrics and glass. Thanks to the steam, you will remove stains, fingerprints and halos on the windows and you can also wash the windows effectively without the need for chemicals.

Wipe off any excess water with a microfibre or cotton cloth.

Natural detergent for glass

Periodically you can clean the glass more accurately, add to a bucket of hot water four tablespoons of liquid Marseille ecological soap: use this solution to remove stains, dirt and halos from windows and window frames. Rinse with water and dry with a cotton cloth.

Clean the shower enclosure

To clean the shower enclosure by also removing the limestone, mix 150 grams of citric acid with one liter of warm water and transfer the solution to a spray. Spray the solution on the glass of the shower box and leave for five minutes, then rinse with water and dry with a microfibre or cotton cloth.

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