Saturday, 3 September 2011

Natural Windows Cleaning Recipes

Cleaning with natural cleaners? Still many people think that natural products aren't as efficient as the commercial cleaning detergents are, but the truth is that there are many natural products that can help you deal with all kind of stains and germ around your home. You can even wash your windows with products from your kitchen, believe it or not. Actually, I was a little sceptic about the power of homemade windows cleaning recipes when I found several recipes online, but I had no choice but try them, because my skin is very sensitive and commercial cleaners irritate it.

Here are several cleaning London recipes that are not only efficient, but they're also absolutely harmless and I highly recommend them.

Vinegar-Based Window Cleaner
  • 2 teaspoons distilled white vinegar
  • 1 quarter warm water

Mix the ingredients above in a spray bottle and use a soft cloth to clean your windows. To be honest, I hate the smell of vinegar, but I have to admit that it is a perfect cleaner. Actually, many professional cleaners recommend that you use white vinegar not only when you wash your windows, but also when you take care of your home.

Cornstarch-Based Window Cleaner
  • ½ cup cornstarch
  • 2 quarters warm water

This is a non-popular cleaning recipe, but it's really efficient solution for car windows and bathroom mirrors. All you need to do to have your windows shining again is to get a sponge saturated in the cleaning solution and wipe windows dry with an absorbent cloth or old towels.

Club Soda

Pour club soda in a spray bottle and spray on a dirty window, then wipe clean.

House cleaning services London advise us to use only environmentally cleaning products, because they won't irritate our eyes or skin, but they'll keep our homes clean and safe. Now, this is my golden rule when cleaning my home.

And remember: 'Go Green – Stay Clean'!


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