What You Need
- A dirty window
- Window Spray or Vinegar & water
(If streaks persist with just vinegar and water, try this recipe: 2 cups water, 1/4 cup vinegar, 1/2 teaspoon liquid soap)
1. Collect Your Materials
If using a window spray, this part should be easy. I choose Mrs. Meyers Clean Day Window Spray because it smells so good and is mostly natural. If you’re trying vinegar, dilute with water. A good recipe is 2 cups water, 1/4 cup vinegar, and 1/2 liquid soap (to get rid of the waxy film that might be on the window).
2. Apply the Cleaner
A squirt bottle works best but you could also lightly dip your newspaper into a jar of cleaning solution if needed.
3. Rub to Clean
Begin in a circular pattern to wipe off all the spots. Then, switch to a vertical, and then horizontal stroke until all the liquid has dissipated and you’re left with a shinny, streak free windows!
Note: for vinyl windows, I’ve found that the newsprint leaves a mark on the white frame. Avoid rubbing the window frame with newspaper and stick to the glass.