Concerned about the toxins and allergens in commercial window and glass cleaners? I was too. In fact, Windex Advanced Glass and Multi-Surface Cleaner scores a big fat “D” on the Environmental Working Group site because of chemicals like ammonium hydroxide, ethanolamine, and hexoxyethanol that I can’t even pronounce.
This easy DIY recipe is just the thing to make your own natural window cleaner. No streaks, no ammonia!
Here’s what you will need for natural window cleaner:
16 oz spray bottle
1 ½ cup white vinegar
½ cup distilled water
8 drops of any citrus essential oil (Lemon, Lime, Grapefruit, or Wild Orange)
-Add ingredients to spray bottle.
-Shake bottle with each use. Remember oil and water don’t mix.
-Ready to use and cheaper too!
Submitted by Joli Tripp.
Joli Tripp is a wellness advocate, blogger, professional home stager, Realtor, wife, and self-proclaimed foodie.
Joli is passionate about making simple changes at the grocery store, at home and in life to attain abundant health. She uses her journey back to health to inspire others to find the courage to do the same. She provides practical advice about food, wellness, home and garden using natural solutions.
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