We all know that Windex is an amazing product that can clean any glass surface pretty well. But sometimes people might not have access to it, whether it’s because they live in a different country or maybe they don’t have a bottle with them at the moment but still wants to clean their mirrors. Don’t worry because in this article I will show you how to clean a mirror without Windex.




Vinegar is an amazing product that can clean basically any surface. So if you want to clean a dirty mirror without Windex, don’t worry because you can use vinegar to do the job. When cleaning a mirror with vinegar you first need to get a clean microfiber cloth. Make sure that the cloth is damp and then pour some vinegar onto it. After doing that, you should know to use the vinegar-soaked cloth to clean the mirror.

After cleaning the mirror use another dry microfiber cloth to wipe the mirror again.



Rubbing alcohol

Rubbing alcohol have a surprising amount of uses. It can be used as a deodorizer, disinfectant, etc. But did you know it can also be used as a glass cleaner as well? Rubbing alcohol and glass cleaner share a lot of properties so it makes sense that you can use (rubbing alcohol) as a substitute.

When cleaning a mirror with rubbing alcohol you first need to spray the rubbing alcohol onto the mirror and then use a microfiber cloth to clean it. When cleaning makes sure to get rid of the water stains and toothpaste stains as well.



Warm water

I know there are a lot of people that don’t like using water to clean any glass surface because it might cause some streaks on it but this isn’t always the case. If you use warm water or steam you’ll see similar results to that of a Windex glass cleaner. To use warm water to clean your mirrors all you have to do is turn on the faucet and catch the warm water in a spray bottle or the better method is to turn on the faucet or shower and leave the warm water running for a while which will eventually cause the mirror to be watery. THen use a microfiber cloth to clean the mirror.



Shaving cream

Apply a bit of shaving cream onto the mirror then use a microfiber cloth to wipe it.



Disinfectant wipes

Get some Lysol disinfectant wipes and use them to clean the mirror. This will remove any hard water and toothpaste stain.



Liquid dish soap

Apply some dish soap onto a window cleaner and use it to wipe down the mirror.




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