"Homemade window cleaner is a staple of DIY green cleaners. You don’t need toxic chemicals to get squeaky-clean and streak-free windows. It’s great for all kinds of glass and it only takes a couple of minutes to make. This natural window cleaner is a powerful replacement for the ammonia-filled cleaner you may be used to."
Dunn DIY is excited to partner with Rebekah to bring you a five part series on how to make your own green cleaning essentials. Rebekah is living her dream as a stay-at-home mom and wife. Her blog, Feather Collection, is about the beauty of homemaking, including natural living, eating whole food, and the joys of raising a family. She first began making her own green cleaning products as a way to keep her family healthy and safe. Now, she’s excited to share what she’s learned with you! For more green cleaning ideas check out Dunn DIY's Cleaning category.
Start by measuring one cup of distilled water. Distilled water prolongs the shelf life of homemade window cleaner, but tap water can be used as well.
Next, add 2 tablespoons of white vinegar for its antibacterial properties and 2 tablespoons of rubbing alcohol. The rubbing alcohol disinfects and evaporates quickly, leaving your windows and mirrors streak-free. Then incorporate your favorite essential oils.
Now label your window cleaner and start enjoying your beautiful clean windows.