How To Clean Windows With Hydrogen Peroxide
In this age of green-cleaning and natural everything, hydrogen peroxide is a great option for not just cleaning but disinfecting your windows and mirrors. Disinfect windows? I hear you ask, incredulously. Well, windows spend their entire life exposed to the elements, attracting not just dust, dirt and grime, but the mass suicide of insects and small flying creatures. The result is a delightful mash-up of visible and invisible lifeforms, smeared comprehensively across your window panes. Hydrogen peroxide to the rescue! Below is our easy, three-step guide to disinfecting your windows with hydrogen peroxide. If your windows are diabolically dirty, follow our guide to cleaning them first:
- Fill a clean, empty spray bottle with hydrogen peroxide.
- Spritz a clean microfiber cloth
- Wipe down your window panes. Spritzing the cloth instead of directly onto the windows helps prevents water spots from forming.
And hey presto! Sparkling clean and disinfected window panes in a jiffy. If you’re struggling with the concept of multiple levels of washing, give the experts at Stone Surface Specialists a call at 801 856 0164 – we’ll have your windows restored to their former glory in a snap.