DIY Glass Cleaner Recipe – Even Better Than Windex!


Something I spend a lot of money on at the store outside of food and diapers are cleaning items, similar to glass cleaner. So I am searching for ways to get a good deal on them and to be honest, how many of you have purchased that you simply don’t care for? All things considered, that’s one of a couple of reasons I am starting to look for a DIY glass cleaner recipe and now I’m sharing the one I love with you.

DIY Glass Cleaner Recipe – Better Than Windex

Raise your hand if you have a cabinet under your sink, a rack in your storeroom, or a drawer or even a spot in the carport that is brimming with cleaning products.

*Raises Hand*

Now, consider what number of the items are simply staying there because you gotten them, gave them a shot and they didn’t work or you didn’t care for them for some explanation? In any event, half I’m speculating?

This issue is a major piece of why I began to investigate making my own. I began with my DIY Laundry Detergent and now I’m handling window cleaner since let’s be honest with 5 children ages 10 and under no window or mirror remains clean for long!

So as should be obvious this window cleaner can be made for pennies! I get my sunrise dish cleanser discounted for 49¢ a suppress and the vinegar I can pick 32 oz for under $1 so the cash spared with this custom made window cleaner is HUGE!

It works extraordinary in windows and mirrors and I have had a couple of individuals state they will include some basic oil only a drop for fragrance. I haven’t done it since, well on the off chance that it ain’t broke don’t fix it right?

What is in Windex glass cleaner?

As per SC Johnson’s 2009 recipe, the fixings are water, 2-phenoxyethanol, isopropanolamine, sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate, lauramine oxide, ammonium hydroxide, scent, and Liquitint sky blue color.

I think my eyes went cross-looked at… what is that stuff and for what reason do I need sky blue color to clean my windows??

Insight. I don’t and neither do you.