Window cleaner spray is an important tool for keeping your windows clean. Without it, you would have to clean your windows by hand, which is time-consuming and difficult. But what’s in it and how should you make it? Here we’ll tell you everything you need to know about window cleaner spray.
It is usually made up of two things-sudsy water and ammonia. Sudsy water is just regular water with some soap or detergent added to it, while ammonia is a chemical that is used to break down dirt and grease. It’s important to use a balanced solution because if the mixture is too strong or too weak, it won’t work as well. A good solution is one quart of sudsy water mixed with two ounces of ammonia.
Make this solution in a large container and pour the mixture into a smaller spray bottle to keep it fresh. In addition, you can use a commercial cleaner or make your own by mixing two cups warm water, 1/2 cup ammonia, and 2 tablespoons liquid dishwashing soap. When cleaning glass, use vertical stripes or circles to avoid streaking. You should also be sure to cover nearby surfaces with newspaper or paper towels while you clean the windows to protect them from any mist that might get on them.
How do you make a balanced and effective window cleaner spray mixture? To make a balanced and effective solution, mix one quart of sudsy water with two ounces of ammonia. Mix together in a large container and then put the container back in the refrigerator to create a more concentrated mixture which will last longer than the diluted mixture.
Homemade window cleaner spray is cheaper, easier to make, and safer for your home’s family members compared to store-bought window cleaner spray. Plus, store-bought cleaners only last a couple of days before they expire, whereas your homemade version can last up to two months!