DIY Cleaning Products: Glass Cleaner
I had not really looked at the ingredients in commercial glass cleaner until now–and it has been one of the most eye opening ones to date. I mean, we are talking about cleaning windows and mirrors—not the outside of the international space station. Sodium C14-17 Sec-Alkyl Sulfonate is a wetting agent—so is water not wet enough??? I’m so confused!!!
This DIY glass cleaner recipe contains water, vinegar, and just a touch of dish soap and it costs about $0.40 for a 32 ounce refill. That’s it. And it works wonderfully, which is why I call it Awesome GLASS Sauce. :) I also use it on our stainless steel appliances. And, you can make a it faster than you can even drive to the store to buy a bottle of the commercial stuff!!! Seriously, this will make your glass sparkle like new!
Ingredient comparison (I like how precious the blue dye name sounds: Liquitint® Sky Blue Dye. Aaaaawe–too bad it’s completely unnecessary and serves no cleaning purpose whatsoever):
THE RECIPE: DIY Glass Cleaner
Makes 32 ounces
3 1/2 cups water
1/2 cup white vinegar
1 tsp dish soap
1. Pour all ingredients into a spray bottle. Give it a couple shakes. You’re good to go. Clean away. :)