Today I'm sharing my absolute favorite way to wash my windows! Just spray, wash, spray again and sit back and let Mother Nature take care of the rest!

Streak-Free Window Cleaner...No Squeegee Required

Today I'm sharing my absolute favorite way to wash my windows! Just spray, wash, spray again and sit back and let Mother Nature take care of the rest!

Magic Window Cleaner: No towel drying, no streaks, no spots! Fill an empty spray bottle with: 1 tablespoon liquid "Jet Dry" 3 tablespoons blue Dawn dish soap Fill to the top with water, shake. Spray your wet windows with the solution, scrub all over with a sponge, immediately wash off, that's it!

The Magic Way to Clean Your Windows

Magic Window Cleaner: No towel drying, no streaks, no spots! Fill an empty spray bottle with: 1 tablespoon liquid "Jet Dry" 3 tablespoons blue Dawn dish soap Fill to the top with water, shake. Spray your wet windows with the solution, scrub all over with a sponge, immediately wash off, that's it!

Cleaning Hack: How to Have Spotless Windows for Months - this will forever change the way you wash windows!

Cleaning Hack: How to Have Spotless Windows for Months

Cleaning Hack: How to Have Spotless Windows for Months - this will forever change the way you wash windows!

8 c hot water, 1cup vinegar, 2 tsp dawn. Spray w/hose, mop w/solution. Hose & squeegee

How To Clean Windows Like A Pro

While I stitched this piece, I found myself dreaming of reds, blues, purples .... a collection of colors stitched across the sky, like the sunset outside my kitchen window. It is made from recycled wool sweaters, which I wash in hot water until they shrink to a tight wool felt. It is embellished with wool stitching and antique buttons, and it has a silk border. This little quilt was featured in Quilting Arts magazine (Interweave Press). It is the eleventh item in my Pieces of Dreams series…

While I stitched this piece, I found myself dreaming of reds, blues, purples .... a collection of colors stitched across the sky, like the sunset outside my kitchen window. It is made from recycled wool sweaters, which I wash in hot water until they shrink to a tight wool felt. It is embellished with wool stitching and antique buttons, and it has a silk border. This little quilt was featured in Quilting Arts magazine (Interweave Press). It is the eleventh item in my Pieces of Dreams series…

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