HOW TO CLEAN WINDOWS
If window washing is not at the top of your spring cleaning to-do list, it should be. The pesky film of dirt, dead bugs, and water spots left behind by a harsh winter prevents natural light from illuminating your home as much as it could be.
Those who prefer not to use commercial glass cleaners often resort to cleaning windows with a vinegar solution without considering the off-putting, lingering smell. Vinegar also doesn't handle anything remotely greasy, like soot or pollution, very well.
Whether you're cleaning off layers of dirt built-up on the outside or streaks of fingerprints and dust on the inside – or both – cleaning tools like a squeegee and Simple Green Professional Grade Glass Cleaner can simplify the process and leave your windows looking crystal clear and streak free. The ammonia-free formula is a safer alternative to other flammable or hazardous window cleaners. It also doesn't require the additional wiping time and elbow grease that a less effective solution, like vinegar and water, does.
You only need to clean your windows once or twice a year. For best results, clean on when windows are shaded, or on a cooler, cloudy day so your cleaner doesn't dry too quickly on a hot surface.
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