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Natural Window Cleaner Recipe

The arrowroot powder gives glass surfaces a remarkable shine; and the vinegar removes almost anything off your windows.

Recipe makes approximately 19 ounces.

Information:

Other items you will need:
Distilled Water
Vinegar
Measuring Utensils
Mixing Bowl
Newspaper
Fork
Funnel

Step 1:  Whether you are using either distilled water or boiled tap water, weigh out 2 full cups.  If you are boiling tap water, the tap water should boil for 20 minutes to destroy any bacteria.  Water should be allowed to cool to room temperature before proceeding. Place water into mixing bowl.

Step 2:  Add 1tablespoon Arrowroot Powder.  Stir this mixture with a fork until completely incorporated, you will see your mixture become cloudy. 

Step 3:  Next, to the cloudy mixture, add 1/4 cup vinegar, stir again. 

Step 4:  Using your funnel, carefully pour your glass cleaner into your bullet bottles.  Place spray topper onto bottle once full. 
 
Step 5:  Finally, shake the spray bottle.  You really want to agitate the liquid so that all the ingredients are equally dispersed. 

Step 6:  When ready to clean, simply spray glass surface with cleaning solution and use newspaper to wipe clean.  Using newspaper to clean windows will not leave paper lint behind like paper towels do. 

Please Note:  You will need to shake the solution each time that you use it.  If the arrowroot is not shaken, it may clog your sprayer.  If this does occur, simply run hot water over the opening of the nozzle, and this should unclog the buildup. 

We do not suggest adding fragrance oil to this recipe.

This recipe does not include a preservative.  It is
NOT intended to be made for resale reasons, we are just sharing a wonderful window cleaner that works every time. 

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