Every house has at least one bottle of Windex among the cleaning supplies. Windex leaves your glasses shiny and makes your surfaces sparkle like they’re brand new. But Windex has many other uses you’ve probably never heard of. In this article, you’ll find 10 clever used of Windex that are going to your life easier.
If your jewelry is starting to look dull, mix some Windex with a few drops of dish soap and microwave the mixture until it’s warm. Soap your jewelry in the solution from 5 to 10 minutes and enjoy their sparkliness!
2. Stuck Rings
If your ring gets stuck in your finger, there’s no need to panic. Spray some Windex on your finger and that will make your ring slide right off.
3. Stuck Zippers
If your zipper gets stuck, don’t rush right away and replace it. Soak a Q-tip in Windex, then rub it around the stuck zipper. That will make it unfree itself instantly.
We don’t always have the time and money to go to the car wash. If you’re in this situation, coat the inside and outside of your windshield in Windex then wipe it off to get a shiny clean appearance.
5. Stainless Steel Surfaces
Stainless steel cleaning products can be hard to find and really pricey. But a small amount of Windex has the same effect! It will leave your stainless steel and sink looking shiny and clean like never.
6. Dry Erase Board
Dry-erase boards are so difficult to clean. But not anymore! Try using Windex to remove the stubborn marker stains to keep your board looking clean and fresh for its next use.
If you’ve ever found some vintage crystal that you liked but didn’t buy because they were looking filthy, go get them! Use Windex to clean old and dull crystal and make them shine like brand new.
8. Clothing Stains
If you don’t have a stain remover, Windex will do the job. Spray the stains with some Windex, leave it for a few minutes then wash it as usual for the best results.
If you want your sponges to last longer, apply a few drops of Windex before rinsing with warm water. This will help you get most of the dirt out of them.
Nobody likes having pests and bugs at home. Windex is a good weapon to use against them if you don’t want to use bug sprays and harmful chemicals. But don’t try this with Bees, it’ll only make them angry.