Parenting Tip #73 – If you write to-do lists on the bathroom mirror for your littles, they find it it 1000% more interesting than if you just ask them to do stuff. At least that’s true in my house . . . maybe because I include little boxes for them to check off?
I can’t help you with the fact that at some point the bathroom mirror will look like a Jackson Pollock painting, though. Mine is often spattered with homemade coconut oil soap and tooth powder, because apparently brushing teeth and washing hands can be contact sports if you try hard enough. (Toothbrush sword fight, anyone?)
Fortunately, this easy, inexpensive homemade window and glass cleaner delivers streak-free results.
Why make homemade window cleaner?
What to buy when you don’t have time to DIY
When life gets busy and you don’t want to make your own, you don’t have to settle for the toxic stuff – this brand gets an “A” from EWG and actually works. Now on to the recipe!
Homemade Window Cleaner Recipe
Makes approximately 1.5 cups
- 1/4 cup white vinegar
- 3 tablespoons rubbing alcohol
- 1 teaspoon cornstarch or arrowroot powder
- 3/4 cup water
Pour all ingredients into a spray bottle and shake to mix.
Shake before using, then spray on surface and wipe until clean.
No special storage instructions.
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