DIY Glass/Stainless Steel Cleaner

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Living on a budget, I have tried to cut expenses where I can . . . I found this recipe for a glass/chrome cleaner and I have loved it. Plus, it is so cheap to make! Seriously, it costs pennies!

Mix in a spray bottle:

  • 1 cup rubbing (isopropyl) alcohol
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 tablespoon white vinegar
Rubbing alcohol (isopropyl) evaporates, and leaves no residue. It provides the base for an vaporating glass cleaner that stands strong next to any commercial glass cleaning product. You can use this window cleaning spray recipe to clean not only windows and glass, but mirrors, shine your chrome fixtures, and even on stainless steel.
I found this recipe here and there are a couple other cleaning recipes that you might want to look it!
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  1. Liz says:

    I love this – I have all stainless in my kitchen and it requires regular cleaning. The commercial stainless steel cleaners are so expensive and who knows what’s in them. Thank for this.

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