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Thursday, 27 October 2016

Child Friendly Window Cleaning Spray - Here's How!


 This piece is taken from the housewindowcleaning blog:


Many parents steer away from harsh chemicals in the home because of the health of their children.
Whilst almost anything can be dangerous if misused, it's a fact that chemicals can often be harsher on health than naturally based products. Window Cleaning Melbourne is proud to offer the following recipe for window cleaning spray solution. Please decide if this is appropriate and safe for your family:


Many people who are fanatical adherents to eco-cleaning love vinegar and water as a window cleaning solution. So, how can you use it?


Mix 3 tablespoons vinegar with 2 cups of water (or for a bigger job – 1/2 cup vinegar to 4 litres of  water) and spray right on your windows. Whilst vinegar works well on windows, many can't put up with its' smell, so here is an alternative.


Use straight fresh lemon juice or club soda to windows and glass items gleam. Spray your glass with club soda and scrub with dry lint-free cloths such as surgical cloths, or, nappies.
A Spray bottle can be purchased from many supermarkets for only a dollar or two. Put your solution in the bottle and keep handy. Of course it may not keep as long as a preservative filled chemical concoction, and, it may not have the caustic cleaning power of the artificial options, but, it will do the job to a good standard, and, more importantly, be less likely to damage those whom you love.
As with all window cleaning, call Housewindowcleaning for a professional alternative that is fast and reasonably priced.