DIY Window & Glass Cleaners
To learn more about the health and safety click on the ingredient's name
To find out if the products were effective in lab testing click on the link in the Lab Tested column. The links will bring you to the lab's CleanerSolutions database website. The Lab Tested column header link summarizes the testing process.
See a formulation that you want us to test? Email the lab and we will test it for you. Please include Formulation number in email.
|Ingredients||Notes||Effective in Lab||Lab Tested|
|Undiluted vinegar in a bottle||Yes||See Results for Formulation 10|
|Equal parts vinegar and water in a bottle||Yes||See Results for Formulation 11|
|½ cup and 2 cups water lemon juice||Use in a spray bottle||Yes||See Results for Formulation 12|
|½ cup vinegar or lemon juice, 2 cups water, ¼ tsp vegetable oil based soap (Murphy's)||Put in bottle||Yes||See Results for Formulation 13|
|½ cup cornstarch with 2 quarts warm water||Apply with sponge and wipe with absorbent towel or cloth. NOTE: do not do on a sunny day or when windows are warm. Solution will dry and cause streaking||Yes||See Results for Formulation 14|
|¼ cup white vinegar, 1 tablespoon cornstarch and 1 quart warm water||No Streak Glass Cleaning||Yes||See Results for Formulation 15|
|Rubbing alcohol (isopropyl alcohol)||Clean windows and glass||Yes||See Results for Formulation 16|