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DIY Window & Glass Cleaners

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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

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