When you have sprayed your last squirt of store-bought window spray, take the 32 ounce bottle and wash it out. Once it’s washed, add 2 tablespoons of distilled vinegar and fill the rest with water. Replace the spray top and look for a dirty window or mirror. You’ve just made homemade widow spray.
Use it just as you previously used the ammonia based store-bought mixture. As you use your homemade window spray, you will notice a hint of vinegar smell. Don’t worry the smell quickly dissipates
Blulow tip: If your child accidentally swallows a gulp or two of your homemade window cleaner, be sure to quickly give your child lettuce, tomato, cucumber and a little extra virgin olive oil. It can count towards the USDA’s recommended 5 servings of fruits and vegetables for the day.
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I grew up using only vinegar and water for washing windows. It wasn’t even distilled. Just good ol’ cheap cider vinegar. I grew up and tried the store stuff and have gone back to the old fashion receipe.
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