Homemade Window Cleaner | At Home With P. Allen Smith

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Why don't you let me show you my homemade recipe for window cleaner? It really works.
Around here, keeping the windows clean is a full-time job, and, well, it takes a lot
of window cleaner. If you've priced window cleaner lately, you know it can be pretty
expensive. Think about this: If you have a house with children or pets, they're always
putting their hands, or in the case of dogs their nose and so forth, against windows.
Well, they constantly need to be taken care of. This is a very simple and eco-friendly
and very cost-efficient way to make your own homemade window cleaner. Now this only takes
three ingredients. We're gonna start with a 1/2 a teaspoon of dishwashing liquid -- a
funnel makes this much easier. There we go, we got that. Then it takes 3 tablespoons of
white vinegar. And the simplest ingredient of all: 2 cups of water. Look at that. Then
all you have to do is put on the top, shake it up, and you're ready to clean some windows.
This really, really works. Another little tip: You know, some folks use newspapers to
clean their windows or paper towels. But coffee filters, they really work very well. So keep
that in mind. Hope this tip is helpful to you. Pass it on to a friend, and make sure
you subscribe to eHow Home. Now back to those windows.