Streaky mirrors got you down? Is the sun shining less brightly through grimy windows? These glass cleaners really clean up and restore your bright surfaces.
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Best Least Expensive: Most Store Brands
Most store brands use a formula that will do a decent job on your mirrors and glass. They might not cut as easily through tough outdoor grime on windows, but indoor glass will be clean and shiny. Most major grocery centers have their own brand that will work well too.
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Best Homemade: Ammonia, Dishsoap, Rubbing Alcohol, Water Mix
There are several recipes for glass cleaner that can be homemade, but this one will clean outdoors, indoors, grime, grease, grit and more. It makes a gallon of window cleaner, so have some extra bottles handy to store (and label) it. One of the downsides of homemade window cleaner is that without the signature blue color, it can be easier to be mistaken for water or juice, so keep your window cleaner safely stored and clearly marked to avoid confusion.
To make, mix 1/2 cup of sudsy ammonia, 1... tsp. of your favorite dish soap, 1 pint of rubbing alcohol, and enough additional water to make a gallon of cleaner.Continue to 5 of 7 below.
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Although the majority of the glass cleaners on the list have a wipe version of their cleaner, Windex wipes are tough and leave a streak-free shine on your glass surfaces. They aren't as green as some of the other options and are a little more expensive than some on the list, but they are sure to power through even your toughest messes on glass, indoors and out.