Check out my easy fool proof Homemade Outdoor Window Cleaner recipe!
We have been busy around here with Spring Cleaning. I might be a little strange, but I honestly look forward to Spring Cleaning each year. It’s so fun to have a fresh start and clean home! One of my favorite Spring Cleaning chores is cleaning my windows. There’s just something about those sparkly clean windows that make me so happy! Today I’m sharing my favorite homemade outdoor window cleaner recipe.
When we clean out outdoor windows, we clean them as a family. It’s such a fun way to get everyone involved and spend a few hours together. My kids love helping mix the solution, and spray the windows.
I have such fond memories of doing this as a young child with my family. We had a few windows that were up to high to reach. So, my dad would go get the tractor, let us kids sit in the bucket loader and would then lift us up to the windows.
I remember us laughing and feeling so high up sitting in the bucket. It’s a memory I will always treasure!
I don’t have any high windows, and I don’t have a tractor. But! I do have windows and kids and we can make our own memories.
Outdoor Window Cleaner Recipe
It’s so easy to make your own outdoor window cleaner. Seriously! All it takes is three ingredients, and you probably already have them in your house!
8 cups water
2 cups vinegar
1/8 cups dish soap
See! That’s eat! After it’s mixed I like to take it outside in a big bucket, get out my window squeegee and scrub those windows.
Washing The Windows
To wash your outdoor windows, dip the squeegee in the bucket with your homemade window cleaner. Scrub windows, spray with fresh water from the hose, and then flip the squeegee around to wipe off all water.
Outdoor Window Cleaner
- 8 Cups Water
- 2 Cups Vinegar
- 1/8 Cups Dish Soap
- Mix together and use to wash windows.
I have been using this recipe for years and it does the best job of getting off hard water spots and making your windows sparkle again! I hope you love it as much as I do! Let me know if you try it, I would love to hear your experience in the comments.