March 26, 2014
Spring Cleaning : Washing Windows
Today I’m sharing my favorite method for washing windows and how to use these window washing tools. This method really is the best – it’s quick, easy and will make your windows shine!
The first step to this process is to gather your supplies and get everything all set up.
(I have all these supplies in my Amazon shop if you’d like to see them or grab them for your own windows. )
Next, you want to put 1 teaspoon of dishwasher powder in a shallow container and add warm water to the powder (so it dissolves).
Then you want to get started with your windows (one at a time).
Finishing touches? Here are two ways to make sure your windows are extra bright and sparkly.
In case you’re wondering…..
- Q: Do I ever spray a window or two and wipe clean or do I always use this method?
- A: I spray a window or part of a window ALL THE TIME. This method is for seasonal window washing, when you have a house full of windows to wash and you want to move it.
My book, The Organically Clean Home has 3 different recipes for cleaning and washing windows and mirrors – here’s a peek at my favorite all-the-time window and mirror cleaner and you can go here to grab the full recipe.
Go here to purchase The Organically Clean Home.
This post is part of a spring cleaning series – go here to see all the posts.
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Tomorrow is my windows day and I am glad I saw this post. Thanks!
Amy Crouch Says
I am ready to spring clean!!! Thank you for keeping me on the move!!!!
I really don’t know what I’ve been doing before, without the microfiber cloth. I find this site really helpful. To all the mummies here, keep being great!!!
Hannah Grant Says
I really needed a hand and you help me a lot. Thank you so much! <3
~ Harold Hill Carpet Cleaners Ltd.
Delores Lyon Says
Thanks for sharing this advice on spring cleaning your windows! I had no idea that the best way to clean windows is with a sponge and squeegee! It sounds like my company might need to get a couple of those so that we can have cleaner windows in the office. However, this also looks like it might take a bit of time. It might be a better idea if we get a window cleaning service.
Judy Wilson Says
Thanks for posting this step-by-step guide for washing windows. Dipping the sponge in cleaning solution first seems like a good idea. I’ve tried spraying my glass before using a sponge to clean it, so your method might be better. I’ll try that the next time I clean my windows before using the squeegee.
Cordell Woolley Says
I will have to try this solution for window cleaning customers who are picky about chemicals. I’ve tried others that haven’t worked as well. Thanks!