Easy and Awesome Eco Friendly Mirror and Window Cleaning
Are you looking for mirror and window cleaning? I have always dreaded cleaning windows and mirrors because they always seem to be streaky afterward. I was also looking for a chemical-free way to clean them. I found a super easy and Eco-friendly way to clean your windows and mirrors and make them streak-free!
My dad had bought these microfiber clothes from Amazon and fell in love with them and couldn’t wait to share them with me. He is always looking for the best ways to clean windows – both at his home and on the cars he works on at his body shop.
Easy and Awesome Eco Friendly Mirror and Window Cleaning Video
Mirror and Window Cleaning Instructions
Moja Works Microfiber Glass Cleaning Cloths and you can find them on Amazon here
Before I start – this is not a sponsored post. I purchased these and have been using them ever since. This is my honest opinion.
What is the best way to clean windows without streaking?
You’ll also need a bucket of water.
1. Wipe window with damp microfiber cloth
First start with the green cloth (instructions are included with the clothes). Get it wet and then wring it out.
Wipe your window with the cloth.
2. Wipe the window with the dry microfiber cloth
Next use the blue cloth dry and wipe the window dry.
That’s all there is to it and I love that your windows will be streak free!
What is the best way to clean mirrors without streaking?
Wet your green cloth and wring it out
Follow that up with the dry blue cloth and wipe off the mirror completely.
Your windows and mirrors are now clean and streak free. How easy was that!
Mirror and Window Cleaning Video
Other options for window cleaners:
- Hire a cleaning service or professional window cleaning services, especially for exterior cleanings that might be hard to reach
- A pressure washer can do a great job outside
- Place some rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle and use paper towels to clean windows and mirrors.
- Don’t forget to clean your window screens while cleaning those windows.
- If you notice it is foggy between your glass panes, it might mean the seal is broken and it’s time for your residential windows to be replaced. many companies will offer a free estimate for this.
- If your windows aren’t coming clean, it could be water spots, mineral deposits, or hard water stains on your glass and it has caused glass etching.
- You can always clean your windows with soapy water just make sure to do an excellent job of rinsing them or the soap residue will leave behind a sticky residue and attract dirt.
- You can use a glass cleaner for cleaning windows or mirrors
- Don’t forget to clean out your window tracks.
- You can clean your windows by adding a few tablespoons of white vinegar to a bucket of water.
- Always use a clean microfiber cloth so you’re not pushing the dirt around and potentially scratching your glass.
- If you do have hard water you can always use distilled water or purified water with a damp cloth or soft microfiber cloth to clean your windows
- You can also make some homemade cleaning solutions and the best homemade window cleaner includes ammonia
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Streak free windows? Does such a thing exist? Talk about a time saver Chas. Thank you and your Dad for the tip.
Thank you so much Leanna, and it has really changed the way I feel about cleaning windows! My arms don’t get as tired and I don’t dread it anymore.
Great eco friendly window cleaning idea! Nothing like streak free mirrors & windows! Pinned!
Thank you Michelle you are so sweet for the Pin. I am so pleased to move an eco friendly direction and boy has this been a great find. So much easier than what I was doing which made a big mess too.
This sounds like my kinda window cleaning!! Especially with the no streaks and yucky film. Will be giving these cloths a whirl for sure!!
Thank you so much Sam, I absolutely love them and am thrilled you want to give them a try 🙂
I prefer Kaywos cloths instead. You only need the one cloth and water. I can clean my sliding glass door in less than a minute with no streaks! I got mine locally at Craft Ware House in Washington and also bought some on Amazon. Works great on the inside of your cars windshild.
Thank you so much for sharing Jonnelle, I appreciate it.
There is nothing better than clean sparkling windows unless it is sheets…Thank you for sharing your tips 🙂
Thank you so much Carol and such a good point about sheets 🙂
Great idea – pinned and shared!
Thank you so much Carol and thank you for the Pin
I love eco-friendly cleaning ideas! With an almost 3 year old who adores looking in the mirror (lol) our mirrors are constantly streaked with tiny handprints!!
Thank you and I’m so glad you like Eco-Friendly cleaning too. Love that your little one has such fun with mirrors. I remember my kids doing that when they were young too. Hope this helps you keep those mirrors clean 🙂
I use those cloths and really like them. Found you on Simple Homestead Blog Hop.
Thank you so much Candy and I’m glad you like them too. Thanks for the feedback.
I always throw a couple microfiber rags in every wash. When they come out of the spin cycle they are perfectly damp for cleaning glass, mirrors, everything! (No extra step needed) And great for buffing granite countertops to shine!!
Thank you Char and thanks for sharing those tips with all of us 🙂
This sounds great, I usually use a vinegar/water mix but just water sounds even better.
Great tips, another method would to be using a squegee, a little more expensive, but will save you the elbow grease =)
Thank you so much for sharing Gene, and I do like using a good squegee too 🙂