Spring is the time of renewal.
The snow melts, it gets warmer, and more and more often the sun looks into our windows.
Right now, many housewives are thinking about what it would be nice to wash the windows.
You will need
- - laundry soap or dish remover
- - vinegar or ammonia
- - a basin for water (better two, for washing and rinsing)
- - a set of cotton or linen rags
- - clean newsprint
First, wash my glasses and frames with water, with a small amount of soap chips or a liquid detergent. So we clean the main dirt.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth or newspaper.
We wash the glass cleanly with a warm solution of vinegar (1 tablespoon per liter of water) or water with the addition of ammonia (1 teaspoon per liter of water).
We wipe the glasses with a clean damp cloth, then dry crumpled newspaper.
In the end, we wash the frames. Difficult to remove contamination (for example, traces of adhesive tape or glue) are well cleaned with alcohol. Muddy coating easily washed with vinegar. Wipe clean with a damp cloth.