Make your windows sparkle with this homemade outdoor window cleaner.
Updated: Mar 28, 2022
By ALEXIS ROCHESTER
This homemade outdoor window cleaner starts trending when spring approaches.
It only has a few simple household ingredients, but it will make your outdoor windows SPARKLE!
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup white distilled vinegar (5% acidity)
1/4 tsp blue Dawn dish soap
Basic spray bottle
Sponge or scrub brush
Rubber hose with spray nozzle
(Make sure you head to our blog post to read the purpose behind each ingredient!)
Directions for mixing the DIY outdoor window cleaner:
In your spray bottle, combine the water, vinegar, and dish soap.
Set the nozzle to stream, if possible, which will make it easier to reach all the window area.
The easiest way to clean outdoor windows with our homemade solution:
Step One: Spray window with cleaning solution; setting it to stream can help reach taller areas.
Step Two: With a sponge or scrub brush (use anything soft and safe for windows), scrub the window area as best you can.
Step Three: With a spray nozzle attached to the rubber hose, spray every part of the window making sure all the cleaner is removed.
Step Four: You can air dry or wipe with a microfiber cloth to dry!
If you want to do a quick clean, you can actually just spray the window and wipe off with a paper towel.
If your windows aren’t too dirty or maybe you can’t get a rubber hose to it, use this method.
Let me know if you try it!
Alexis Rochester is an investigative chemist, blogger and founder of Chemistry Cachet. She shares science-based skin care, cleaning, gardening and health tips. She was diagnosed with RA at age 10, so she has a passion for pain management tips and research, along with sharing her journey through this disease. When she’s not writing for Chemistry Cachet, she is taking Pilates or Barre classes, and also received her Barre teaching certification this year! She grew up in Stephenville and recently moved back with her daughter, husband and bulldog. You can find her posting pictures and fun stories daily on Instagram. Also look for Chemistry Cachet on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and LinkedIn.