Clean Your Mirrors Quickly and Naturally

I know you probably use Windex or another brand of glass cleaner to clean your mirrors, but I have a much better solution for you that is chemical free!

Right now, we are all loving the chemical-free options to clean our homes, so here’s another one to add to your list.

Clean Your Mirrors Quickly and Naturally

Clean Your Mirrors Quickly and Naturally

When you’re ready to clean your mirrors, pull out your trusty vinegar and a spray bottle. Fill the spray bottle halfway with vinegar and the rest with water. Give it a good shake and you’re ready to go to town. I have found that using microfiber cloths are a great option for getting a streak-free shine.

Related: Effective Ways to Use Vinegar to Clean Your Home

If you have anything sticky on your mirror, spritz it with the vinegar spray first and use one side of the cloth to wipe it away. Once all of the sticky stuff is gone, spray the entire mirror, flip your cloth over, and wipe from side to side. Make sure you start at the top and move down the mirror as you go.

When you’re done, step to the side of the mirror to see if you’ve missed a spot and just use your cloth to touch it up.

Related: Using Vinegar in the Laundry

There you have it! Your mirrors should now be shining and free of any streaks! 🙂

Let me know in the comments if you currently use this method to clean your mirrors, or if you’re cleaning them another way.

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8 thoughts on “Clean Your Mirrors Quickly and Naturally

  1. Next to Natural says:

    I love how simple this seems, and only two ingredients! I will have to try this next time I clean my mirrors. Thanks for sharing over at Simply Natural Saturdays. You will be the featured post this Saturday!

    • SimpLeighOrganized says:

      Hi Britney, I love cleaning with vinegar and water . I use it to clean almost everything in my house. It really does a great job on mirrors! What a pleasant surprise to be featured! I’m deeply humbled and appreciative. Have a great evening! ~Leigh

  2. Michele @ The Vintage Vixen says:

    Great tip. I just switched over to vinegar based home made cleaners and could not be happier. I use coffee filters for my glass and mirrors since they are lint free & do a nice job as well. Plus, they are so cheap and durable!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

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