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I have a sensitive nose. This makes using ammonia based window cleaners a tough go. That's why I was so happy to find that a natural homemade glass cleaner works just as well (if not better) than the commercial stuff. AND it's waayy cheaper. My whole bottle of homemade window cleaner (including the bottle itself) cost me $1.50. And filling it up again will cost approximately $0.50. Both my nose and my wallet are fans of this.
So let's get started on this super simple, all natural, money saving recipe!
Step 1: Ingredients
1/2 cup white vinegar
1/2 cup rubbing alcohol
2 tbsp corn starch
4 cups warm water
Step 2: Combine ingredients
Place a small funnel in the top of a clean, empty spray bottle. (I bought mine at a dollar store)
Pour in all the ingredients (warm water last) and replace the nozzle top. Screw it on tightly.
Mix it all together by shaking the bottle vigorously up and down 5-6 times.
So that everyone in the house knows what's in there, it would be a good idea to label your spray bottle using a permanent marker or sticker label. Safety first!
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