I’m sharing my streak free homemade window cleaner with you today and although it doesn’t make window cleaning any more enjoyable, it does smell nice and is cheaper than the shop bought versions.
Some of my most popular posts over the last 12 months have been my homemade cleaning spray, my homemade febreze and my lovely smelling homemade room spray so it seems that I’m not the only one who would rather use chemical free products around the home. 😉
Today I thought I’d share with you my streak free homemade window cleaner although I’m going to hold my hands up and admit that I do pay a window cleaner to do the outsides of my windows and all the windowsills and surroundings. I only wish I could pay him to do the insides too because it’s genuinely my least favourite job in the world!
This doesn’t make window cleaning more fun and in all honesty, it doesn’t make it any easier but it does make it more pleasant as it smells nice and is chemical free. It’s also cheaper than shop bought window cleaner!
How to make Streak Free Homemade Window Cleaner
250ml White Vinegar
200ml Water (Distilled Water if you have it but I use tap water that I’ve boiled and cooled)
1/2 tablespoon of cornflour (cornstarch if you’re in the US)
5-10 drops essential oil (I go with peppermint)
Literally just add all of the ingredients to your spray bottle, scaling the quantities up or down if your bottle is smaller or larger than mine. Give it a very good shake before you use it each time to make sure the cornflour is well and truly mixed in and you’re good to go.
And if you like this, have a look at the rest of my homemade cleaning products here.
(PS) As always, be careful spraying when using Essential Oils. This post shares a bit of information about what you should know before using essential oils.
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