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da One Good Thing by Jillee

Make Your Own Streak-Free, Wipe-Free Window Cleaner

Today I'm sharing my absolute favorite way to wash my windows! Just spray, wash, spray again and sit back and let Mother Nature take care of the rest!

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Magic Window Cleaner- 1Tbsp. Jet Dry, 3Tbsp. Dawn 2 cups water. Mix and place in a spray bottle. Wet your windows, and spray. Scrub with a sponge, and rinse with cold water. No need to dry! Sounds great for the outside windows.

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da One Good Thing by Jillee

Streak-Free Window Cleaner...No Squeegee Required

"How to get Streak-Free Window's with NO wiping or squeegeeing" For cleaning the outside of windows. -CAB

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da blessedbeyondcrazy.com

Cleaning Hack: How to Have Spotless Windows for Months

Cleaning Hack: How to Have Spotless Windows for Months - this will forever change the way you wash windows!

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da TGIF - This Grandma is Fun

Best Cleaning Tips on Pinterest

Nobody notices a clean window, but everyone notices a window with streaks and spots. If you’ve struggled with getting windows clean enough to not be noticed, this great tip can help you reach that goal. Just mixing two products that nearly everyone has on hand is the first step towards super quick window washing with zero streaks and spots. This trick works great for outside or inner windows and can even replace power washing detergent in hose attachments to reach those higher up windows…

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da Simply Frugal

Easy Window Cleaning Tip

Easy Window Cleaning Tip at TidyMom.net

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da Frugally Blonde

How To Clean Windows Like A Pro

8 c hot water, 1cup vinegar, 2 tsp dawn. Spray w/hose, mop w/solution. Hose & squeegee

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da She Wears Many Hats

The Best Window Cleaner ever ... like ever.

Homemade Window Cleaner -- This really works and is so easy to make!

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da One Good Thing by Jillee

Streak-Free Window Cleaner...No Squeegee Required

1/2 bottle of “Jet Dry” (the bottle I bought was just under 7 ounces so I measured out 3.5 ounces) 4 Tablespoons Alcohol (I used rubbing alcohol….70% I believe) 1/4 Cup Ammonia 1 handful of powdered dish-washer soap (which depending on the size of your hand could probably vary quite a bit! I used a “handful” which looked to me to be about 1/4 cup. Give or take.) 2 Gallons of Hot Water

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