A vast majority of the cleaning products we use in our homes contain chemical compounds that are highly harmful to the environment. In addition, these substances can cause irritations to our skin, so the following non-toxic homemade preparations to clean glass will be very helpful.

Homemade preparation to clean glass in a natural way

Remember that to clean glass and not scratch your glass, it is best to use soft cloths or rags, choosing those that do not give off lint. To achieve that the result of this work is perfect, the ideal is to clean the glass of the home on cloudy days , because if the day is very sunny the product you use will dry too soon causing stains to appear , and with the rain the windows will get wet .

1- Natural potato or onion cleaner

Potatoes and onions are not usually lacking in kitchens, so you no longer have an excuse to try this homemade glass cleaning preparation with which you will be able to remove the most consistent dirt . Cut a potato or onion in half and rub gently in circular motions on the glass. Then rinse with a splash of vinegar diluted in half a liter of warm water.

Finally, you only need to rub the glass with a ball of newspaper. In this way we also manage to take advantage of those pieces of potato or onion that are no longer suitable for consumption. Every time the potato and onion are dirty, simply cut a slice and continue with our cleaning.

2- Clean glass stained with citrus

We will put some lemon or orange peels in a container with vinegar for two weeks. After that time we strain the mixture and store the solution in a bottle. To obtain our citrus-based cleaner, it will only be necessary to introduce half a glass of water together with half a glass of this solution based on bark and vinegar, in a container with a dispenser and we will have an excellent product to clean stained glass.

3- How to clean glasses with scale

If we want a more elaborate solution to clean the glass with scale, we can mix ¾ cup of apple cider vinegar , ¼ cup of alcohol, a cup of water, half a tablespoon of liquid detergent , a few drops of tangerine and orange essence, and a few drops of peppermint essential oil . We mix all the ingredients well before adding them to a spray bottle. We apply on the glass, and remove with a ball of newspaper.

4- Starch-based cleaner

We make the mixture by adding a teaspoon of starch in half a liter of hot water and spread with the help of a sponge or cloth on the surface to be cleaned. Once the mixture is dry, we impregnate a ball of newspaper with vinegar and rub the glass in circular movements. In this way we remove the starch.

5- Clean glass with vinegar

This homemade vinegar cleaner for dirty glasses is made with a mixture of one part white vinegar to four parts of warm water , which we will put in a spray bottle. We apply the mixture on the glass and spread it with the help of a cloth. Then we will rub with a microfiber cloth to remove any stains.

6- Lemon and vinegar cleaner for opaque glass

In a bottle of water we add three teaspoons of vinegar and the juice of one lemon. We let the solution rest for a few hours without forgetting to shake it well so that the ingredients are mixed correctly. Afterwards, we will only have to apply it with a spray on the surface to be treated and the opaque glasses will have a definitive solution.

7- Glass cleaner

We mix a cup of alcohol with one of water and a tablespoon of vinegar. In this way you recover the natural shine of the glasses and you forget about that dirty or cloudy appearance that the glasses present .

8.- Cornstarch-based glass cleaner

Mix 1 cup of vinegar with 2 tablespoons of cornstarch. Mix until the starch dissolves completely. Store this solution in spray bottles . This homemade solution will also work on mirrors to remove stains and dull appearance .

10- Eliminate the footprints of the little ones in the house

It is already known that when there are young children, the crystals often appear with finger marks . The best trick is to dilute a little alcohol in water in a measuring cup. You can directly apply the mixture on the glass and clean with kitchen paper. Then you just have to rub with a ball of newspaper to make the glasses shine like new.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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