Getting The Glass Cleaner Recipe Right

Most of us have seen the numerous tried and tested recipes that go from banana and red velvet pancakes to roof fixers. And we usually go through the comments section to figure out how successful these recipes have been for those who went through the trouble of trying it out and then deciding to go for windscreen repair at Frankston it too. So for those who are looking to get rid of stains and marks upon their precious glassware and other glass made objects, here are some recipes to try out.

  • Alcohol and vinegar mixture

One of the more popular ones on the internet, this mixture takes half a cup of rubbing alcohol and half a cup of water and one tablespoon of vinegar to make. This is a good recipe and you can get rid of most of the calcium build up and whatnot from the glasses but it might be tough to clean out the mirrors with this. Streaks are visible sometimes and it might take a bit of strength to get rid of the more annoying stains using this mix.

  • Vinegar and cornstarch mix

What is the world coming to if alcohol does not solve all problems? This mixture uses quarter cup of white vinegar, one tablespoon of cornstarch and two cups of warm water to get the stains out of your glass made items. Cornstarch usually cleans pretty much everything and can be used for cleaning out your car and van windows too. It is the secret ingredient for shiny, clean and beautiful mirrors. This mixture does not leave any streaks and you can get the hardiest microbe films and stains off with some good old hard scrubbing.

  • Vinegar, alcohol and cornstarch super mix

The two mixes on top both need a bit of muscle work when taking care of the more persistent of the stains and microbe works, but adding all three best ingredients together? Then you have the mix that takes care of all stains without any trouble. For this you will need a quarter cup of rubbing alcohol, quarter cup of white vinegar, one tablespoon of cornstarch and two cups of warm water. This mix will take care of anything from calcium build ups on and looking for cheap windscreen replacement, your favorite glass to coffee stains on the glass mugs.

Make sure to use a spray bottle to make things easier for you. And also shake well when you are using cornstarch as it can clog up the spray can nozzle and it settles on the bottom of the bottle. Also make sure to weigh properly unless you want to wear out the glassware.