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Easy and Natural Streak Free Glass Cleaner


This easy and natural streak free glass cleaner is just one of the natural products I use around the house. It has taken me years to get away from traditional cleaners. But once I learned that essentially I could make pretty much any cleaner I needed I was overjoyed. Ooooh the possibility!

With this glass cleaner you can begin your purge of all of the harmful chemicals that are found around your house. You will only need a few items get you started on your all natural cleaner journey and by far this is on of the easiest homemade cleaner to make. This glass cleaner will have your windows and doors sparkling brilliantly and with no streaks either!

If you are concerned that this won’t work, I can promise that you will be pleasantly surprised with the outcome. I personally tend to use straight white vinegar when I haven’t whipped up a new batch of this glass cleaner. So with the amount of vinegar in this mixture, you will have no need for grabbing anymore of those glass cleaners from the store. You can use this daily with no worries about any side effects on you, your family’s, or your pet’s health.

Here are the easy and simple directions, it won’t take you but a minute to get this put together!




1/2 cup distilled white vinegar

1/2 cup rubbing alcohol

1 tablespoon cornstarch

10 drops essential oil of your choice (I really love orange or lemon for this!)



Add each ingredient to the glass bottle by using a funnel.

(You need to use a glass spray bottle due to the essential oils. If you use a plastic bottle itthe essential oils will leech into the plastic and no matter if you change the scent it will always smell like the original essential oil.)

Shake before use.

Ready to use upon completion of directions.

I would love to hear how this turned out for you, please feel free to share your comments below.

Visit again soon for more natural ways to use essential oils around your home.

In His Grace,