Posted: September 29, 2016
Today, there is no reason to clean you windows with harsh sprays and chemicals.
Your home can be filled with crystal-clear windows without also filling your house with the strong long-last odors that strong cleaners often leave behind.
Here are two great ways to clean the windows in your home:
1. A Microfiber Cloth.
A lint-free damp microfiber cloth is chemical-free, easy to use, and very inexpensive. It is also reusable, and it’s easy to clean the microfiber cloth itself. All you have to do to clean the cloth is wet it and then wring it out.
Using a microfiber cloth instead of paper towels is also better for the environment and your wallet. Like a chamois cloth, a microfiber cloth cleans so well on its own, with the help of just a little water, no cleaners are necessary.
Microfiber cloths not only clean your windows, but they also dust and polish them, to help give them a brilliant shine, naturally.
Most microfiber and chamois cloths can be used for more than just cleaning your windows. Additional cleaning uses include: counters, stovetops, tubs, sinks and showers
2. A Chamois Cloth
A chamois, which is pronounced sham-wa, is the perfect choice for dusty, but not dirty, windows. All you need to is dampen the chamois with just a little water and voila, your window will wipe the dust off effortlessly, without any harsh chemical left from sprays or cleaners.
A chamois is a synthetic cloth best known for its use of drying cars.
Many people do not realize that is also perfect for cleaning the windows in your house, office or car. After cleaning your windows with a chamois, soak the cloth for a few minutes in warm water and soap, then rinse it clean and hang it to dry in your home, away from sunlight.
It is not machine-washable.