How to remove water marks from windows
Cleaning windows is one of the biggest nightmares for very housekeeper and the most unpleasant cleaning chores. You can’t do it whenever you want to because if the sun is shining there will be stains. If it’s raining, there is no sense of doing it. If it’s dark, you want be able to see what you’re doing. So you need first to choose the right time. The detergent you use to clean the windows depends on the place where the window is. For example, if it’s between two rooms it is not of great matter what you will choose to wash it. More difficult is to clean windows with water marks from rains or windows and mirrors in the bathroom. In the first case the difficulties may be caused by muddy rain which is very common thing. In the second case you’re fighting with the chlorine in the water. In both cases it is not so easy for the stains to me removed. Now, let’s see how you can handle this nasty spots. Mix 50% vinegar with 50% table water. Wipe down the spots with a towel or peace of cloth. If necessary, leave the towel on the window for a few minutes. The vinegar will do it’s job and will make the removal easier. If the window has a lot of water marks you may need to wipe it longer.
If the window is bigger, pour the mixture in spray bottle. Use a sponge to clean the window and after that dry it with a towel or cloth. It is better to be cottony. Instead of vinegar you can use squeezed lemon. Or you can mix it. It is also possible to use the lemon itself on the surface. Just cut it in half and apply to the glass. Rub while the window is all covered in lemon juice and remove it with water. You can add to this mixture baking soda, but don’t go to extremes because it’s abrasive structure can cause some damage to the window. Baking soda can also repel ants and cockroaches. Leave a bit on the base of the window. If you don’t have vinegar, lemon or baking soda but you’re in a hurry, use toothpaste. Mix it with a little water on a paper towel and apply on the glass surface. May not all marks be removed, but they will be reduced. Rubbing alcohol is another good helpmate when you fight with water marks. Something strange, but cleaners from Mr. Sparklean claim it’s helpful, is cocacola. It’s proven how harmful it is for our constitution and it is used to clean bronze coins or rust so may be it can clean sustainable spots on windows. Use water with lemon or orange essential oil. Put a few drops in water and use sponge to apply onto the surface. Remove with wet towel. You can use water or traditional glass cleaner. If you want to use all natural materials instead of sponge you can use woolen cloth when scrubbing. If you want to use powder abrasive cleaners, it is better first to wet the window. It will be easer for the cleaner to stay on the surface. All the methods we’ve mentioned so far are all with natural products. If you want to cling to traditional glass cleaners, find a product made to remove water marks. It is important to follow the the directions how to use the product. Once you’ve cleaned the water marks perfectly, you must start cleaning or just drying the windows right after every time they got wet. Prevention is the best way to deal with water marks.