How to Clean a Mirror, 7 Secrets of Professional Cleaners, mirror-spray-cleaning

Mirror Spray

Mirror Spray: Bathroom mirrors become so quickly streaked with flying toothpaste, lotion, face wash, and the detritus of flossing. You might want to clean the mirror daily, or even twice daily, depending on how shiny you like it to remain. A lot of commercial “green” glass cleaners contain soap, which leaves a residue. There’s no need to add soap to glass cleaner unless the glass actually has dirt on it, as might be the case with outdoor windows. The addition of rubbing alcohol in this recipe cuts drying time down and prevents water spots.

• 2 cups distilled or boiled and cooled water
• ½ cup white vinegar
• 2 tablespoons rubbing alcohol
• 6 drops lemon essential oil
• 12 drops lime essential oil

Add all ingredients to a 20-ounce spray bottle. Shake well before each use.

To Use: Spray on and wipe off with a soft cloth, using circular motions top-to-bottom.

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