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TRUSTDale Tip of the Day: *Tips on Cleaning a Home's Mirrors and Glass
|Part of the challenge of keeping a home clean is the mirrors and glass. Streaks and spots are unsightly and embarrassing.|
There are various products on the market advertised to clean mirrors and glass to a sparkling and streak-free finish. Eco-friendly types will swear that homemade mixtures of vinegar and water or rubbing alcohol will do the job just as well. Here are tips for cleaning glass that may surprise H'eloise herself.
Everyone has experienced cleaning their mirror in the bathroom only to look back and see unsightly streaks and cloudy areas. Then, after a second or third wipe down, the mirror looks even worse. What product is best? Is a cloth or a paper towel better? These are questions everyone wonders as they are looking at the mess they just made on the mirror.
Actually, the solution is easier than one might imagine. According to the Glass Association of North America, the best solution to use on a mirror is plain water. Yes, just water. Here are their directions:
- Saturate a clean, lint-free cloth with warm tap water
- Wring most of the water from cloth
- Wipe spots and grime off mirror
- Dry and polish with second-lint free cloth
It really works! The lint-free cloth is very important and works better than paper towels. A microfiber cloth is even better, but not necessary. Try it. It costs nothing! Then, goodbye window cleaner!