Homemade Glass Cleaner: Simple and Effective.

Homemade Glass Cleaner: Simple. Effective. Nontoxic.

Homemade glass cleaner. So simple. So effective. Not sure why it took me so long to make the switch from the toxic blue stuff to my own natural version. In fact, my glass cleaner was one of the very last chemical products to leave my house. For quite some time I’d use my safe baking soda and vinegar solutions to clean my bathroom only to pull out some rubber gloves and the blue stuff to clean my mirrors. What was I thinking?

But that is a thing of the past because I love my homemade glass cleaner. And so will you.

Why ditch the blue stuff?

Homemade Glass Cleaner: Simple. Effective. Nontoxic.

First of all, it’s blue. Maybe it’s just me, but the color alone scares me. I’m still not sure why chemical companies think we need to use “Liquitint Sky Blue Dye” in a cleaning product, but it’s there. Clearly.

Know what else is in there? Things like:

  • Ammonia
  • 2 Hexoxyethanol
  • Ammonium Hydroxide
  • Mirapol Surf S-210
  • Viden EGM
  • Sodium C14-17 Sec-Alkyl Sulfonat
  • Synthetic Fragrances

There are a number of reasons why we should rethink toxic cleaners. Taking baby steps toward a toxic-free home isn’t very difficult. Just like making this homemade glass cleaner isn’t very difficult.

Did I mention that homemade glass cleaner is WAY cheaper?

Seriously, these ingredients are super inexpensive making homemade glass cleaner a no-brainer. Save money. Ditch the chemicals. Help the planet. I think that’s what they call a trifecta of green-living.

Homemade Glass Cleaner: Simple. Effective. Nontoxic.


I even let my little girl get her hands all over my mirror to show you the cleaning power of homemade glass cleaner. Check this out:

Homemade Glass Cleaner: Simple. Effective. Nontoxic.

So there you have it. Do you use homemade glass cleaner? What is your recipe like?




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