Today I am sharing how to clean windows without streaks in 3 steps. We live in New England so we have a variety of seasonal changes that leave our windows dirty on more than one occasion. The Spring pollen is usually the biggest offender so we try to clean the glass in the windows in early June after the pollen is gone.
How to clean windows without streaking has been trending on google since early December so let me show you how to clean your windows without streaks!
How to Clean Windows Without Streaks
Cleaning glass or cleaning windows without streaks is actually very easy.
This homemade cleaning solution cleans windows effectively and quickly.
First Step: Simply add hot water to a bucket and 2 cups of vinegar.
I find that using 2 cloth diapers (burp cloths) work the best when it comes to cleaning windows.
Second Step: Soak one cloth with homemade vinegar and water cleaning solution and wring it out.
Using your wet cloth, wash your window or glass thoroughly in a circular motion and be sure to get the edges and corners.
Third Step: Dry with window or glass with a dry second cloth.
How to Clean Windows without Streaking
Another quick cleaning hack that I do to clean our stainless steel grill is use Tide multipurpose cleaner!
I know, crazy idea right?
It works so perfectly though. Don’t miss this simple cleaning hack!
Here are a few other quick cleaning tips from my blogger friends.
Best Way to Clean Windows
I find that removing the screens and placing in the shower seems to be the easiest way to clean the screens. Unless of course it’s a nice day outside, you can lean the screens against your house and hose them off. We have a hand held shower attachment in one of our showers which works nicely to wash the screens.
Using hot water and vinegar is the best way to clean windows without streaks and also saves time.
One of my pet peeves when cleaning windows, is streaks. The trick though is to use the diaper cloths.
They work wonderfully! Using vinegar and diaper cloths is cost effective too. You will save money by not using endless rolls of paper towels and bottles of window cleaner.