Cleaning the bathroom is not usually something people jump out of bed on Saturday morning to do. However, with these tips and tricks, maintaining a sparkling bath will at least be easier and healthier.
Windows and Mirrors
Have you ever wondered if you could make something as good as Windex to clean your windows and mirrors?
Well, you can. You wash your glass dishes with soap and water, why should your windows and mirrors be any different?
Because you look at mirrors and through windows, and dishes, not so much.
To make your windows and mirrors squeaky clean and streak proof you need:
- 3 cups of water
- a cleaner to loosen dirt and stuff – that’s 1 teaspoon of dish soap.
- a bacteria & virus killer – that’s 1/3 to 1/2 cup vinegar (clear looks good, but vinegar is vinegar)
- a streak killer – that’s 1/4 cup of rubbing alcohol – like you use on your eye glasses and phone screen.
Put it all in a spray bottle, and you’ve got an easy and inexpensive window and mirror cleaner.
To do the cleaning – use one towel or sponge to scrub and wipe, and one to dry. If there’s a lot of dirt or grime build up, set up a “rinse” bucket, to keep your sponges and towels as clean as possible.