“Where’s the glass cleaner?!?!” I yelled to my husband for the upteenth time.
When I was purchasing store bought cleaners, our budget forced us to buy one bottle for the the ENTIRE house. It sure was frustrating as I searched for that one bottle in one of two bathrooms upstairs, one bathroom downstairs, under the kitchen sink, or in the basement or in the garage where my hubby had used it for the weekly car washing.
(That wasn’t convenient when I wasn’t dressed!)
Making my own glass cleaner has saved us a ton of money, is easy to put together,
and I know exactly what’s the ingredients are. It’s also allowed me to have a full bottle underneath each sink and in the garage at a bargain price. That’s definitely a win!
For this recipe you’ll need an empty spray bottle, a clean recycled plastic gallon jug, isopropyl alcohol, ammonia, and Dawn dish soap. Super easy!
Mix together in a gallon jug:
16 ounces isopropyl alcohol
1/2 cup ammonia
1 tsp Blue Dawn dish soap
Top off with water, leaving a bit of head space at the top. If desired, you can add a few drops of blue food coloring so it looks like it’s name brand counterpart.
Just a mention~ this is cheaper than the glass cleaner you would buy at the dollar store and much better quality then the off brands that are usually there. Glass cleaner at the dollar stores will cost you .32 cents an ounce and this homemade version will cost you .19 cents an ounce.
It only take about 2 minutes to throw this together!
I hope you enjoy!
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