This ‘secret’ three-step glass cleaning solution will have your bathroom and windows sparkling in minutes
Melbourne mum shares her ‘secret’ formula Homemade glass cleaner Chantel Miller’s recipe gets windows and shower screens sparkling in minutes
A mum shares the ‘secret’ formula for her homemade glass cleaner that promises to leave windows and shower curtains sparkling in minutes.
Chantel Milla, who goes by Mama Milla online, reveals her recipe will make your water-stained shower curtain and dusty windows look ‘brand new’ again.
Melbourne Mother Mix half a cup of water, half a cup of white vinegar and a quarter cup of dish soap.
She puts the mixture in a spray bottle and shakes it well before using it around her home.
‘This mixture is powerful enough to clean the dirtiest glass and keep it spotless,’ he says.
A mum shares the ‘secret’ formula for her homemade glass cleaner that promises to leave windows and shower curtains sparkling in minutes
What is the recipe for homemade glass cleaner?
½ cup water ½ cup white vinegar ¼ cup dish soap
Mix all the ingredients in a plastic container and shake well on your glass with a squeegee, distribute it evenly.
The cleaning solution is extremely easy to make and most households will already have all the necessary supplies in their cabinets.
Mila recommends using a window squeegee or microfiber cloth to rub the cleaning formula in before rinsing it off with water.
The mother-of-two also revealed that she finishes her routine with Rain-X – which is a water repellent.
‘I love Rain-X,’ he said in one comment. ‘Water repellent keeps soap scum, water stains and grime at bay for months.’
Chantel Milla, who goes by Mama Milla Online, reveals her recipe will make your water-stained shower curtain and dusty windows look ‘brand new’ again.
Thousands of online millers have raved about the recipe, saying it’s a ‘genius’ solution to uncomfortable windows.
‘I use this formula, it’s the best,’ said one woman.
‘It works great, so much easier to clean my shower curtain now,’ wrote another.
‘You can even wipe it off with a fabric softener/dryer sheet afterwards and see how shiny it is without staining!’ A woman suggested.