Homemade Window Cleaner

Homemade Window Cleaner

Usually, when the weekend arrives, we all make the noble decision to give our house a thorough cleaning. Windows are those areas of the home that accumulates most of the dust and bacterias in the edges. To clean your windows, the commercial product you’re wiping it with leaves behind marks no matter how hard you scrub or how soft a cloth you use for cleaning. The harsh chemicals present in it forms an organic build up on your windows, which layer up after every session making the glass look blurry and ultimately, your house less airy and spacious. Also, these cleaners contain harmful chemicals with a “keep away from children’ warning printed on their back, so you have to be really careful around children while using them. But instead of spending those precious dollars of yours on market bought products, why don’t you give a try to this easy to make homemade window cleaner that will leave your windows spotless without making you feel guilty about polluting the environment.

What You’ll Need


12 cups
Warm Wateramazon
3 tbs
Dishwash Soapamazon
½ cup
Hydrogen peroxideamazon
3 tbs
White Vinegaramazon
1 tbs
Essential Oil of Choiceamazon


Mixing Bowlamazon
Spray Bottleamazon


Benefits of Ingredients

Commercial cleaners not only leave behind smudges but also cause organic buildup to form on your windows, which make the glass look blurry. They also contain harsh chemicals that add pollutants to the environment. If you decide to hire cleaning agencies to do the job they will surely leave you with sparkling windows but empty pockets. On the other hand, a homemade window cleaner will cause you no such problems. It’s not only easy to make but takes up almost no cost leaving you with a lot of spare money to spend on something more important. Also, the natural ingredients present in it will cause no harm to the environment. The vinegar and alcohol present in the cleaner will break the organic build up on your window’s glass and make it look clearer while the essential oils leave behind a pleasant smell when the cleaning is done.


Take a mixing bowl and add all the ingredients in it. Mix them well with a spoon and then transfer the mixture into the spray bottle. Your homemade window cleaner is ready to use!

Finishing Up

Wipe your windows clean to clear away any dust before you start using the cleaner. Otherwise, the liquid cleaner and dust will mix to leave behind marks and lines when the window dries up. Now, spray a couple of times on the glass and wipe it off with a towel in gentle circular motion. Scrubbing too hard might scratch your windows and leave you fatigued, so you don’t need to do that. Cleaning your windows once a week will prevent them from looking dusty ever again.