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This article shows that cleaning mirrors and glass surfaces is not difficult. You just need to know how to go about it. The described procedures can be applied to both glass and mirrors.

Mirrors and window panes are a magnet for dirt, even if you often clean them. What’s more, no matter how hard we try, cleaning does not always bring satisfying results. The glass is never completely clean. There are always stains or streaks. That’s why you should use the right materials. Yes, a cloth with water does not guarantee a mirror free of dirt. Consider whether a regular cloth or paper towel is suitable for cleaning window panes, glass furniture, shower cubicles or mirrors? The answer is no, because it involves leaving streaks that will later be difficult to remove. That’s why you need a microfiber cloth, squeegee for water or chamois.

Cleaning mirrors is often associated with the use of daily newspapers. They work well because they do not absorb ink. However, you should avoid cleaning with a newspaper window frame. Let’s go further to find reliable ways to clean mirrors and glass surfaces. You can easily do it on your own. Remembering a few important things that will help you enjoy pristine mirrors and glazing.

Step by step

  1. Start by collecting all the necessary items. You must prepare cleaning products and a container, that is:
  • Vinegar
  • Water (preferably distilled)
  • A sprayer or a large bowl

It remains to prepare items that will clean the window thoroughly, and thus:

  • Microfibre cloth
  • Soft cloth without fibers
  • Daily newspapers
  • Cotton swabs
  • Toothbrush (preferably soft)
  1. If you are cleaning the window, you must put a towel on the window sill. Especially if the window sills are wooden. Cleaners are harmful to wood.myjesz okno, musisz położyć ręcznik na parapet. Zwłaszcza jeśli parapety są drewniane. Środki czyszczące są szkodliwe dla drewna.
  2. One of the best solutions when it comes to cleaning mirrors and window panes is a mixture of vinegar and water in the ratio of 1: 4
  3. Depending on whether you are using a sprayer or a bowl of water and a cloth, there is a different way of application. Soak a cloth in water with vinegar and squeeze the excess or if the surface is large, spray the glass using a spray.

 

  1. Make spherical movements to clean the surface and remove all dirt. Then, make a few vertical and horizontal movements to thoroughly wipe the glass or mirror and make it shine.
  2. Use cotton swabs or toothbrushes to clean the edges and corners of the window. Thanks to this, you will also make sure that the remains of cleaning products will not be in hard to reach places.

Finally, use the newspaper to dry the surface and get rid of the last traces of dirt. You can also use an old cotton cloth for example an old cotton t-shirt.

Finally, use the newspaper to dry the surface and get rid of the last traces of dirt. You can also use an old cotton cloth for example an old cotton t-shirt.
To clean the not too dirty mirrors or glass, just use a microfibre cloth soaked in the prepared or purchased middle. Then wipe the surfaces dry using a newspaper.

If you want to buy a glass cleaner that is easily available, it is best to buy one that does not contain ammonia. The baking soda is perfect. The same applies to coffee filters – they are also effective when it comes to cleaning mirrors and glass.

What to do with dirtier surfaces

  1. If there is a protective layer of wax on the mirror or other glass surface, you can use the following components:
  • Two glasses of water at room temperature
  • A quarter cup of vinegar
  • Half a cup of dishwashing liquids

An alternative to this can also be:

  • Isopropanol spoon
  • A spoon of vinegar
  • One and a half teaspoons of potato starch
  • A glass of lukewarm water

Prepare the mixture and pour it into the spray bottle. Shake well before use.

  1. If the glass surface is hazy, use the following ingredients:
  • Half a cup of isopropanol
  • A quarter tablespoon of dishwashing liquid
  • Two tablespoons of ammonia

If you want to clean the table, which has a glass top, spray it with lemon juice and then wipe the surface with a newspaper. Be careful not to rub too much, not to scratch the surface. It is true that even this can be repaired using a small amount of white toothpaste.

Cleaning mirrors – alternative solutions

In addition to the above-mentioned methods, there are other alternative methods, and more specifically other means that we can use. They can be used for cleaning mirrors, glass and other glass surfaces.

Borax

Borax is a great alternative in cleaning mirrors. Take two tablespoons of borax and mix them in 3 glasses of water. Use a microfibre cloth dipped in the mixture to get rid of all dirt.

Shaving cream

Shaving cream is another useful remedy. It not only cleans mirrors, but also does not leave unsightly streaks. It is also a measure that “repels” the pair. Use a paper towel to spread the shaving cream on the mirror. At the end of the wet paper to thoroughly wipe off the cream.

Some preparations can not deal with removing drops from paint, glue or other stains. The razor blade will handle this perfectly, without damaging the surface. All you need to do is gently scrape all the dirt. After finishing, use a cleaning agent to clean the surface completely.

Air Freshener

It’s amazing, but the air freshener is perfect when it comes to cleaning mirrors. All you need to do is spray the surfaces and rub with a microfiber cloth.

WD-40

WD-40 is a multifunctional preparation, which is an ideal preparation as an alternative to traditional glass and mirror cleaning agents. Removes dirt and streaks leaving our glass surfaces perfectly clean. Remember to always clean the mirror or glass with a dry cloth at the end.

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