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How To Get Streak Free Mirrors Every Time You Clean

How To Get Streak Free Mirrors

It’s your time to clean the bathroom again. What hellacious fate awaits you this time?

Is it a clogged bathroom drain?

Is it hard water spots on your glass shower doors?

Or is it the trying to get streak-free mirrors or windows in your bathroom?

Well, we’ve got a surefire technique on how you can get streak free mirrors and windows every time in your bathroom.

How To Get Streak Free Mirrors

Items Needed:

  • 3 bags of black tea
  • Spray bottle
  • Old newspaper
  • Small funnel

If you’re all about natural cleaning methods you’ll love this streak free window cleaning hack.

Step 1: Immerse 3 bags of black tea into an 8-ounce glass of hot water.

Step 2: After the tea cools down a bit, transfer it into a small spray bottle using a funnel.

Step 3: Spray a thin coat of black tea onto the glass or window surface.

Step 4: Use some old newspaper (instead of paper towels) and put it to work on wiping off the tea. For best results, you may have to apply two or more applications.

Final Thoughts

You can also use leftover black tea for your streak free mirror cleaning adventure.

Remember, the stronger the tea, the better the cleaner. This streak-free window cleaner is all-natural, ammonia-free and it’s it’s cheap.

If you have incandescent lighting in the bathroom turn it off first before spraying the black tea onto the mirror or window surface.

The lighting produces heat and the heat dries the product very quickly which almost guarantees a mirror with streaks.

Although we prefer to use newspaper for drying you can also use a microfiber towel quickly followed up by a wipe with a Terry towel.

Do not use paper towels because many of them have some type of conditioning or finishing treatment on them and this tends to leave streaks as well.

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