Window, Skylights & Glazing

Windows and Glass Washing Guide









A few tips on window washing:

Vinegar:
Wash windows or glass with a mixture of equal pans of white vinegar and warm water. Dry with a soft cloth. Leaves windows and glass streak less. To remove those stubborn hard water sprinkler spots and streaks, use undiluted vinegar.

Borax or Washing Soda:
Two tablespoons of borax or washing soda mixed into 3 cups water makes a good window cleaner. Apply to surface and wipe dry.

Lemon Juice:
Mix 1 tablespoon lemon juice in 1 quart water. Apply to surface and wipe dry.

Baking Soda:
To clean cut glass, sprinkle baking soda on a damp rag and clean glass. Rinse with clean water and polish with a soft cloth.

Detergents:

Brands of Glass Cleaners

Scratches, Stains, and Discoloration in Windows and Glass

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Toothpaste:
Rub a little toothpaste into the scratch. Polish with a soft cloth.

Dry Mustard and Vinegar:
Mix 1 pan dry mustard and 1 pan white vinegar into a paste. Apply paste to the scratch. Polish with a soft cloth.

AVOID EYE CONTACT; DRY MUSTARD CAN BE DAMAGING TO THE CORNEA.