How to Clean a Mirror without Chemicals
Eco-friendly or green products contain such ingredients as water, corn, tree sap, grass, potatoes and sugarcane. Interestingly, these get listed on the bottle next to the very word: ingredients - like it were a food or drink product. And let's face it; one could realistically drink this stuff without keeling over... although one might not enjoy it.
But given the smell of these "unscented" products, life would be even easier if plain water could get the house clean.
While water may not work on everything, it does a fabulous job on mirrors.
You will need
- a cloth (like a facecloth)
- a clean, dry towel
Wet the facecloth with warm water and wring it out to almost dry.
Wipe the surface of the mirror. Clean off any dirt, water marks, or fingerprints.
Dry the mirror with the towel. Flip or fold the towel and continue wiping until the mirror is dry and buffed to a shine.
Cheaper and Healthier
Water alone may not clean everything in your house but it will make your mirrors shine, making your family a little healthier and your wallet a little thicker.
Do you use water alone to clean anything else in your house?
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