Mrs Hinch fans rave about simple trick to rid windows of streaks and smudges
Sometimes it can seem impossible to do give the house a thorough clean and tidy from top to bottom.
But one part of your home it can seemingly be impossible to clean are shiny surfaces which always end up smudging no matter how hard you try.
And even after you clean the smears on your windows and mirrors up yet again they come back just as quickly.
Fans of Mrs Hinch (pictured) have comes to the rescue to get smudged-up shiny surfaces clean one and for all
The easily made home remedy of a mixture of water and white vinegar is great for cleaning windows
But luckily fans of domestic goddess Mrs Hinch have comes to the rescue to get those smudged-up surfaces clean one and for all.
Mary Davidson posted to Facebook page Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips – which has more than 620,000 members – in search of help after struggling with keeping the surfaces clean.
Mary asked members: ‘What is the best glass cleaner – fed up of streaks?’
And over 140 comments have been left to her domestic cleaning question, with helpful people happy to share their top tips, the Mirror reports.
Most commenters shared the same basic trick – suggesting the easily made home remedy of a mixture of water and white vinegar.
One helpful cleaning expert said: ‘Vinegar in a bowl of hot water, use this to clean the window, then wipe dry with kitchen paper.’
A half and half mixture of warm water and white vinegar should help keep surfaces sparkling
She added that the mixture should be a half and half mixture of warm water and the white vinegar.
She said she uses two Minky green glass cloths – one with the vinegar mix and one dry – to wipe the windows down.
She said it leaves windows and mirrors ‘sparkly’ and without unsightly streaks.
And the method is incredibly cheap too, as you can buy bottles of distilled vinegar for less than 30p from supermarkets.
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