Almost everyone buys and uses Windex on a regular basis, but only a very few know its true potentials. Windex can serve higher purposes than you can imagine. Stick around to know about 12 Windex uses you should know about.
1. Stain remover for dirty clothes.
You can use Windex as a stain remover from your dirty clothes. To do that, let the windows soak into the clothes for 15 minutes, then wash them normally like you always do.
2. Degrease your kitchen.
Did you know that Windex can be used as a degreaser? Well, it surely does because it contains potent caustic ingredients that help it do just that. Simply spray Windex on your kitchen fan, pots, countertops, pans, and range hood. Make sure to avoid spraying Windex on food because it can lead to serious consequences.
3. Bling cleaner.
If you have dirty rings, then mix Windex with some dish soap and use a toothbrush to scrub the mixture on the rings. Once done microwave them and you’ll be shocked.
4. Clean microfiber.
To clean microfiber, simply spray Windex on your microfiber item, then use a scrub brush and brush out the dirty spots. Let the microfiber furniture dry before using it again.
5. Whiteboard eraser.
Dry erase markers are very hard to clean. But using Windex with a regular eraser can solve the problem easily.
6. Clean a toilet bowl.
To clean your toilet bowl, spray Windex on the bowl and let it sit for 5 minutes, then use a scrub brush to scrub off the tough stains and to have a nice and clean toilet.
7. Bug spray.
To keep bugs away from your house, spray Windex on the possible bugs’ entryways to keep them off your property.
8. Unstick a zipper.
Soak a Q-tip in Windex, then rub it around the zipper to help it break free.
9. Shine stainless steel.
If your stainless steel appliances are losing their glory and they start becoming dull, use Windex to make them shine again (the best thing about using Windex is the fact that it will leave the appliances with no streaks).
10. Clean electronics.
Cleaning electronics like smartphones, computers, and tablets can be a little bit hard because they are sensitive to water, and not cleaning them makes them germ loyal hosts. You can use Windex to clean and disinfect them.
11. Fix your printer.
Let’s face, we all hate clogged printer heads, and this problem seems to be frequent amongst all kinds of printers. To solve this problem, spray Windex on a paper towel, then place it over the paper head and let it sit for an entire night. Before doing this, make sure that your printer is off and not plugged into any power source. Once the printer head is dry, install a new ink cartridge and use your printer normally.
12. Loosen a ring.
One of the worst things that can happen to you is a stuck ring. To make it slide off easily, make sure that it slides easily, spray the ring and your finger with some Windex.