Dirt and dust can make your home feel gloomy. Easily brighten your windows with this trick

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One of the easiest ways to brighten up your home is to clean your windows. Dirt and dust can make your home feel gloomy and a quick scrub lets in more sunshine! Plus, if you have little ones, layers of sticky fingerprints can get icky quick. If you're on a budget or just don't want to use a window cleaner filled with chemicals, you'll love this natural recipe.
The simple homemade window cleaner is easy on the pocket book and you can safely use it around your kids and pets.
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Ingredients:
1½ cups water
1½ tablespoons white vinegar
1½ tablespoons rubbing alcohol
3 drops peppermint essential oil
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How it works: Use a funnel to add all of the ingredients into a spray bottle. Wash your windows per the usual for super clean windows.
A few bonus tips for getting windows as clean as possible:
-Snag a squeegee for your home windows. You'll get the best results because you can pull all of the excess water off of your windows with ease.
-Use clean coffee filters for a streak (and lint) free window.
-Clean when there is no sun on the window to avoid missing spots.
-Always dry your window frames completely to avoid damage.
Make sure to share these simple recipe with your family and friends so they can save money on your non-toxic window cleaning solution too.
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