|Yes, it's cloudy once you shake it, but it gets glass c-l-e-a-n-!|
If you want to make some you will need:
-an empty spray bottle
-rubbing alcohol, 1/4 cup (mine was wintergreen, and it worked just fine)
-vinegar, 1/4 cup
-corn starch, 1 Tablespoon
-water, 2 cups
-a measuring cup
How to make it:
Measure all of the ingredients into your clean, empty spray bottle. Give the bottle a shake. Label it for the sake of safety and forgetfulness. You are done! To use your homemade window cleaner, give it a little shake to re-distribute the corn starch (it settles out), and spray, wipe and polish. That's it! It's really cost effective and gets our windows and mirrors nice and clean.
Wait. That makes it sound like I cleaned all our windows and mirrors. I did clean our mirrors - all five of them - but just the inside of one window. It's winter, and I'll get to the windows in warmer weather. Or not. I'm not making any guarantees. Truth be told, I'm most eager to find out how it works on the car windows!
One thing I can tell you is that it does a great job on chrome faucets, too. I think the vinegar helps dissolve any minerals that might try to build up, because the faucets looks really great after a spritz, wait and wipe. If you try it, I hope you like it! Let me know!
Another thing we make around here:
Homemade Laundry Soap
-Laura at TenThingsFarm