No Streak Window Cleaning

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Before getting started, you may want to go grab the recipe for my Homemade All Natural – Streak Free Window Cleaning Spray…it’s the best mix on the planet, and I have been using it for years.  All you need is water, vinegar and dish soap…super easy and a money saver too!  You can find it —> HERE!

Homemade all natural streak free glass cleanser

And in the end, your windows will be sparkly clean!  Believe me, I opened my blinds the other day and they were filthy.  I don’t think I had cleaned them all winter.  Shameful, I know.   Anyhow…here is how I get my windows super clean and streak free no matter how dirty they are…

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Once you have your homemade window cleanser at the ready, it’s time to put it into action.   Grab yourself a clean white cloth and a piece of wadded up newspaper…yep, newspaper.  It’s a game changer, folks!

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Simply spray your windows down with the vinegar, water, and dish soap mixture.

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Use your white cloth to wash the windows.

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Then dry and buff your windows with the wadded up newspaper.

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Ibbity, ibbity, that’s all folks!  Seriously!

Your windows will be super clean and streak free!

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  1. says


    Great tip! We are going to have so much fun this afternoon! I was looking at my oven door this morning and thinking about you. :)

    Happy day!

    PS Totally pinning!

  2. says

    Looks like I am going to need some newspaper! This is amazing.

  3. says

    I don’t do a very good job at keeping up with window washing…but this I can do! Thanks for sharing Jess. :)

  4. says

    I love this!! My windows are seriously hurting so it’s time to get ‘er done, you know? Thanks for sharing my sweet! Love ya!
    XO, Barbara

  5. says

    I’ve heard of solely using newspapers for the windows but as a buffer I’ve never head of it. I’ll have to try it out for sure. Thanks for the idea!

  6. Thresa says

    If you don’t have any old newspapers you can also use coffee filters. They will leave your windows streak free also :-)

  7. LRae says

    I have found the best way to clean windows is with lemon Pledge! I’m serious!!! I accidentally sprayed some on a mirror once and discovered how well it works. No streaks and so easy! I use it for both inside and outside. I have never had my windows so crystal clear. It sounds bizarre, but it really works.

    • says

      Are you serious? I am sooo going to try that. GREAT TIP!

  8. Tina Grogan says

    I have used the following mixture to clean my windows for years now and love it and just dry with paper towels. I don’t like the black that gets on my hands from the newspapers.

    1 gallon warm water
    1 cup vinegar
    1/2 cup of lemon ammonia
    2 tbs. of cornstarch
    mix all together and use cloth rag to apply to window and just wipe dry with paper towel.

    • says

      Thank you, Tina! Going to try this for sure…I don’t love the ink on my hands either :)

  9. says

    Thanks for the cleaning tips. I always have a problem with the washing of windows. I hope that now will go easier for me :)

  10. says

    wow…womderful..will try this tips..tq so much!


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