How to Clean Window Tracks: white vinegar and baking soda (or hydrogen peroxide!) 30 Q-tips toothbrush hot water paper towels Sprinkle baking soda into the corners, then pour in some vinegar. The baking soda will begin to bubble and loosen up the cruddy stuff. When the bubbling calms down, begin to make circle motions with a Q-tip, then go back into the corners and sweep the muck towards the middle. Pour warm water from the corner to the center. Use your paper towels to wipe everything dry.
How to Clean Window Tracks Like a Pro in No Time Flat
There is nothing more annoying than cleaning window tracks in my opinion. Do you agree? Not only is it tedious, but it is also rather gross if you put it off like I do And mine are yucky! My apologies there. No worries, however, because I’ve figured out a trick that gets it done quick … … Continue reading →
Shopping list for sliding doors: 4 casters, 4 large eye screws, 2 90-degree elbows, 2 mounting brackets, 2 short pieces of pipe threaded at both ends, and one long piece of pipe that may need to be cut to correct length and re-threaded on the cut end (Lowe's may be able to do that) Crisp Interiors: The Country Living Sliding Doors