Best Way to Use a Window Washing Solution

Window washing solution can be used in a number of ways to clean surfaces in your home. You can use it to clean windows, mirrors, and other glass surfaces. It can also be used to clean countertops, appliances, and other household surfaces.

The window washing solution is a great alternative to bleach and other harsh chemicals. It is biodegradable and non-toxic, making it safe for use around children and pets.

Types of window cleaning supplies
Types of window cleaning supplies

How to Mix

  1. Pour one quart of warm water into a bucket. Add two tablespoons of window washing solution for each gallon of water. You can adjust the amount based on whether or not you want a mild, medium, or heavy strength mixture.
  2. Stir the solution well with a rag to mix it thoroughly. Make sure all of the powder has dissolved into the water before using it. You can use this solution immediately or pour it into the bottle for later use.
  3. Use your homemade cleaning solution just as you would any other glass cleaner to clean windows, countertops, appliances, and other surfaces around your home. The mixture should be about as strong as store-bought cleaners so it will clean effectively without being too harsh on sensitive surfaces.

What to Avoid

  • The solution can damage certain types of wood cabinets, so be careful when using it around these surfaces if they are unfinished or not sealed with polyurethane or varnish.
  • Don’t use a window cleaning solution on aluminum siding because it will strip the protective coating off the surface and leave streaks.

How to Clean Windows

  1. Mix an ample supply of your homemade window washing solution according to package directions. You should have enough for at least one full bucket of water that you can pour into another bucket for rinsing purposes later if needed.
  2. Fill a spray bottle with the window washing solution and spray the surface you want to clean. This can be a window, mirror, or other glass surfaces.
  3. Wipe away any dirt with a rag or sponge. If there is stubborn grime that won’t come off with light scrubbing, spray the dirty area again and let it sit for a few minutes before wiping away.
  4. Rinse the glass with cool water from your garden hose and pat dry with a microfiber cloth or paper towel. You can also rinse any stubborn spots with warm water if they don’t come off after you’ve rubbed them for several minutes.