When one thinks of cleaning glass, I’m sure most people would think of a person armed with paper towels or newspapers and an ammonia-based spray, often colored blue.
Maybe it’s because I love simple ways of doing things or maybe because I don’t like buying single-use products or maybe because I don’t like using chemicals when they’re not absolutely necessary, I found a better way (at least in my opinion) of cleaning a mirror. I specify mirrors because if you can clean a mirror and don’t leave spots or streaks, you can most likely clean any glass successfully.
Here’s what you need:
- 1 microfiber towel, wet, wrung out
- 1 hand towel, dry
Here’s what to do:
- Wipe a section of the mirror with the slightly damp microfiber towel, cleaning toothpaste splatters, smudges, smears as you go.
- While that section is still wet, dry with the dry hand towel.
- Repeat to remaining sections.
There. Done. Simple as pie and no chemicals. Oh, and I never have flecks or smears either, just a super-clean mirror. You’re welcome.