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!

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

Streak-Free Window Cleaner...No Squeegee Required

Streak-Free Window bottle of “Jet Dry” ounces) 4 Tablespoons Alcohol Cup Ammonia 1 handful of powdered dish-washer soap 2 Gallons of Hot Water Hose windows, and scrub, Then spray windows thoroughly to rinse. No wiping or squeegeeing!

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

Homemade Window Cleaner: 2 cups water cup white vinegar teaspoon dish detergent Apply with soft bristle brush, rinse before it dries

Magic Window Cleaner: No towel drying, no streaks, no spots! Fill an empty spray bottle with: 1 tablespoon liquid "Jet Dry" 3 tablespoons blue Dawn dish soap Fill to the top with water, shake. Spray your wet windows with the solution, scrub all over with a sponge, immediately wash off, that's it!

The Magic Way to Clean Your Windows

Dawn and Jet Dry.The Magic Way to Clean Your Windows - Best way EVER to clean windows. No drying needed, and you have no spots or streaks on your window! Another pinner said.I cleaned 2 full sliding glass doors and 8 large windows in 9 minutes!

Unexpected Uses For Scrubbing Bubbles - My Honeys Place

Unexpected Uses For Scrubbing Bubbles

Remove excess food or dirt from indoor garbage pail lids Spray on vertical and mini blinds, then wipe off a few minutes later with warm, we.

While I stitched this piece, I found myself dreaming of reds, blues, purples .... a collection of colors stitched across the sky, like the sunset outside my kitchen window. It is made from recycled wool sweaters, which I wash in hot water until they shrink to a tight wool felt. It is embellished with wool stitching and antique buttons, and it has a silk border. This little quilt was featured in Quilting Arts magazine (Interweave Press). It is the eleventh item in my Pieces of Dreams series…

While I stitched this piece, I found myself dreaming of reds, blues, purples .... a collection of colors stitched across the sky, like the sunset outside my kitchen window. It is made from recycled wool sweaters, which I wash in hot water until they shrink to a tight wool felt. It is embellished with wool stitching and antique buttons, and it has a silk border. This little quilt was featured in Quilting Arts magazine (Interweave Press). It is the eleventh item in my Pieces of Dreams series…

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