How to clean a sliding window crack without expensive products or harsh chemicals

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If you have sliding glass doors or windows in your home, chances are they are building up gunk in those crevices. That dirt collecting in the cracks is unsightly, but it's so hard to reach that we often put it off or never clean it at all, letting it build up even more.
Lucky for you, we have an easy way to clean those cracks. Forget harsh chemicals or expensive tools - this method uses natural ingredients you already have at home. After reading this, you're definitely going to want to start cleaning!
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Materials needed
-baking soda
-hydrogen peroxide
-paper towels
-cotton swabs
The great thing about these materials is that they are all natural and inexpensive; plus, you probably already have them at home! Together, hydrogen peroxide and baking soda can create a quite powerful cleaner that helps remove even hard set stains. Alright, let's get started!
Instructions
This cleaning method is so simple, all you need to do is follow these 6 steps and you'll have a clean window crack in no time!
1. Wipe away loose dirt
Using a folded paper towel, wipe away any lose dirt or gunk. Run the paper towel down the length of the crack, and you'll be surprised by how much that alone will lift off. You can use a second paper towel if necessary.
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2. Sprinkle baking soda along crack
Apply baking soda along the crack liberally and evenly.​
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3. Pour hydrogen peroxide on the crack
Pour hydrogen peroxide on top of the layer of baking soda and let the mixture sit for 5 minutes.
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4. Wipe clean
Using another folded paper towel, wipe the crack until it's clean.
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5. Clean the edges
Use a cotton swab to get to those hard to reach places that the paper towel missed. Run the cotton swab along all the edges and cracks until you are no longer lifting up any dirt.
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6. Enjoy your clean window!
Now that you know how to clean your sliding door or window, make sure you keep up with it and keep it nice and sparkly!
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Are you going to go clean that window right now? We thought so! Share this article with any friends who have sliding doors or window. We're sure they'll thank you for passing on the knowledge!
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