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If you don’t want to spend your money on window cleaning services or expensive glass cleaning solutions, learn how to properly clean glass using your own cleaning solution. There are many ways to complete the task of glass cleaning, and most of these methods do in fact work. You should choose which one works better for you. Try our method. And you will see that it will work wonders for you.
There is a plenty of cleaning solutions in the market. But you can make your own cleaning solution for almost no cost. This solution will be completely free from chemical hazard. You can use modern tools to do the job. Or you may use newspaper to dry glass. But be aware that nowadays some papers use abrasive ink.
Depending on the shape and size of the glass you will need different tools, but solution stays the same. So, take one cup of white vinegar and one gallon of warm water. For severe jobs, add a splash of dish soap. Vinegar is a perfect choice for glass cleaning. It’s a biodegradable solution that kills bacteria and still is mild compared to most commercial cleaners.
If you are going to clean small items such as end tables and mirrors, and use a microfiber cloth designed for glass, spray bottle, and a lint-free towel. Fill an empty spray bottle with one part white vinegar and two parts water. Apply the solution carefully. To collect most of the moisture and filth use a lint-free towel. Then finish with the microfiber cloth. For bigger jobs, such as windows use a microfiber cloth, a squeegee, a bucket, a sponge, and a lint-free towel. Before you get started on a window, don’t forget to wipe down or dust the edges.
Enjoy your sparkling mirrors and windows!
We all love coffee. Some people drink it very often, some don’t. Still everyone likes to enjoy its smell and taste. No matter how often we drink coffee, we should make sure that our coffee pot is thoroughly cleaned before brewing process.
Generally people don’t like to clean the coffee maker. That’s why they may plan to clean it every five to eight weeks. Ideally, people should clean their coffee pot at least once a week and their coffee maker at least once a month.
It’s essential that your coffee maker/coffee pot can get dirty. The minerals in water and the oils in coffee beans accumulate over time and turn into a residue. This residue can affect the taste, leave strange flavor and reduce brewing speed. If you want to prevent the residue buildup, clean your coffee maker regularly. Don’t forget about the cleaning products you will use to clean your machine. They should be environmentally friendly. Vinegar is the best cleaning product you may choose. You can buy commercial cleaners that are made especially for coffee pots but the water and vinegar method works just as good. Another question is how much vinegar you should use to clean your coffee pot. It’s very important to use not too much or too little. There are many cleaning recipes for your consideration. You should choose the best one for you to use depending on the amount of dirt and residue your coffee maker contains.
Always rinse your coffee pot out after cleaning process. Run clear water back through your pot. Before brewing coffee run a solution of diluted vinegar and water through your coffee machine. Repeat this water-only cleaning several times to make sure there is no water-vinegar solution left.