August 27, 2008
December 14, 2010
I made a break through the other day when I was washing canning jars and looking out my very much needing washing windows. My canning jars sparkle when I wash them with Dawn dish washing liquid. My canning jars are GLASS and my windows are GLASS. If Dawn does such a nice job on my canning jars how will it work on windows? Grab a bowl fill it with water add a squirt of Dawn and with rag in hand, wash window, dry with clean dry rag, just the way I wash dishes and jars. In half an hour I had 8 casement windows and the sliding glass door clean and sparkling. No more trouble or effort than washing dishes. No special mixes. no wasted paper towels.
August 24, 2010
August 6, 2010
I use Martha Stewart's window cleaner 'recipe'–one gallon of hot water, 1 cup plain (non-sudsing) ammonia, 2 cups of vinegar and a heaping tablespoon of corn starch. I bought a house where the oil furnace had malfunctioned and blown greasy black smoke everywhere. This solution was the only thing that got that crud off the windows. I think the cornstarch must be a little bit abrasive.
Put this on with a rag or spray bottle (shake often), squeegee it off, and polish with paper towels or newsprint.
I just haven't been the same since that house fell on my sister.
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