It also works perfect on any other glass surfaces such as glass tables, windows, mirrors, ceramics, chromes, countertops, or anything that needs to stay shiny!!!

DIY Glass Cleaner – Grime, Calcium, Fog, Streaks

“Gifts you with a sparkly and shiny clean, glass shower door!” -Lenashealthynotes.com

The DIY Glass Cleaner will help you clean your shower door from all the calcium buildup and/or soap buildup ideally, just like it did mine! My glass shower-door stays clean for about a month until I have to use this DIY Glass Cleaner again! Water just slides from the glass after this cleaner is applied! 

It also works perfect on any other glass surfaces such as glass tables, windows, mirrors, ceramics, chromes, countertops, or anything that needs to stay shiny!!! 

*I do like to use a squeegee after every time I shower, to swipe those remaining drops of water that decided to stay to prolong my next cleaning!

Why:

Using this cleaner will bring you one step closer to a chemical free home! No more inhaling those harmful, smelly fumes that eventually kills your body slowly. It will also prevent you from developing those nasty allergies to the chemicals that your body is so desperately trying to get rid of/fight off in anyway possible.  

Ingredients:

1/4 cup rubbing alcohol

1/4 cup white vinegar

1 Tbsp corn starch

1 to 2 cups of distilled, filtered, or boiled water

Things needed to make it:

  • Spraying bottle
  • Funnel

Other things to have when cleaning:

  • Norwex Cloth made for Glass Cleaning
  • Squeegee

How to prepare:

Mix all the ingredients together in a spraying bottle, and enjoy cleaning! I like using the funnel for the cornstarch.

How I clean:

Spraying on the glass and waiting is one way to clean it, but I never have time and patience to wait. I spray the glass, scrub with a sponge first, then finish up with the “Norwex” cloth made for glass. If the glass is really, really dirty, I am talking about so dirty and wasn’t been clean for a long time, try using Grease Stain Removal DIY first, scrub with a non-scratch sponge, then apply this cleaner as a final coat, and then wipe clean with the “Norwex” cloth made for glass.

Rubbing alcohol

  • Prevents glass from fog. 
  • Provides a streak-free finish.

White Vinegar  

  • The acidity in vinegar breaks down the kind of film that frequently accumulates on the glass surfaces, helps break down the soap buildup and calcium buildup. 
  • Provides a streak-free finish.

Corn Starch 

  • Cornstarch granules are very fine, making it naturally abrasive on an atomic level. 
  • Tackles any bits of grime, calcium buildup, soap buildup and other nasty things that can stick to your glass.
  • Makes cleaning a breeze.
  • Provides a streak-free finish.

Distilled or Filtered water 

  • To keep the DIY glass cleaner free of calcium if you are in the area with hard water. 
  • Filtered water will do. 

Remember: Remember that glass streaks are caused by residue left by common chemical cleaning products.

It also works perfect on any other glass surfaces such as glass tables, windows, mirrors, ceramics, chromes, countertops, or anything that needs to stay shiny!!!
Gift yourself with a sparkly clean shower door! My glass shower door stays clean for about a month or so until I have to use this DIY Glass Cleaner again! Water just slides from the glass after this cleaner is applied!
It also works perfect on any other glass surfaces such as glass tables, windows, mirrors, ceramics, chromes, countertops, or anything that needs to stay shiny!!!
Gift your self with a sparkly clean shower doors! My glass shower door stays clean for about a month or so until I have to use this DIY Glass Cleaner again! Water just slides from the glass after this cleaner is applied!

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