How to Green Clean Glass Surfaces

When moving out you have to deal with a lot of cleaning. That is why you go to the store and buy all types of commercial cleaning solutions that you will need. Most of you do not think about the fact that these products contain toxins that are harmful for you and your family. Now there are alternatives to those chemical-based solutions, you can use house-hold ingredients to make solvents. Here are some tips that will help you to learn how to green clean glass.

  • One of the things that you have to deal with during the end of tenancy cleaning is windows cleaning. You can mix two cups of water and six teaspoons of white vinegar. Pour the mixture into a spray bottle and shake. Spray directly to the surface and wipe with an old newspaper, for better results.
  • The next combination contains ¼ cup of alcohol and the same amount of white vinegar, add also 2 cups of water and 2 teaspoons of lemon juice. Pour in a clean spray bottle and shake to mix the ingredients. This mixture can be used to remove stubborn stains.
  • To clean the shower doors mix salt and lemon juice. With this combination you can remove mildew and mould from the doors, rinse with warm water.
  • Use full-strength vinegar to clean hard water stains. Apply the vinegar to a sponge and scrub the stained area. You can also use it to clean scum and soap build-up.
  • To clean mirrors, you will need lint-free cleaning cloths and plain water, this way you will avoid leaving streaks. First, you should wipe the mirror using the dry cloth. To remove stubborn stains, soak the cloth with the water and scrub the area. Rinse the cloth when it gets dirty and continue cleaning until it is completely clean. After that you need to wipe with dry cloth to avoid streaks.

Following these tips you will safe money and time, and you will not pollute the air in your home with all those chemical-based cleaning solutions. You will deal with the end of tenancy cleaning fast and easy.

June 24, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning


Izabella Hurst is a freelance writer. She has published articles in SocialHouse Journals. Her articles are always very discussed in cleaning areas.

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