GROSS Window and Door sills are EASY TO CLEAN with just a few household items.

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It only takes a sunny day to see just how dirty your windows have gotten. Window cleaning is one of those jobs that often gets put on the backburner with so many other things to do around the house. And when it comes to window cleaning it's a job that doesn't always get done properly. When the sun is shining through the windows, you don't want to see things such as fingerprints, smudges, or mildew. The window cleaning tips and house cleaning tips that you will find on the Ask Anna Moseley site are sure to get you well on your way to having spotless windows.

When it comes to window cleaning, you will want to be sure and have the right window cleaning products and window cleaner materials. For window cleaning, you will need a cleaning bucket, a few drops of dish soap, a squeegee, two microfiber cloths, Q-Tips, a small cup of white vinegar, and paper towels. To start window cleaning you want to wash down the windows and wipe down the window sills. Usually, you think of washing your windows with some glass cleaner and paper towels, but these window cleaning tips will change the way you think. This window cleaning tip will save you money on expensive window cleaner products, and the good news is that its non-toxic cleaners. The best part about these window cleaning tips is that they will leave your windows streak-free. There is something about clean, spotless windows that is so satisfying, and it's only when your windows are dirty do you realize how nice it is to have clean windows. For this window cleaning tip, you will need to use a cleaning bucket a cleaning cloth and a squeegee.

To start window cleaning, you will want to wipe down the entire window with some soapy water. After you have wiped down the entire window, you want to use a squeegee to wipe off the water. After you wipe down each window, use the squeegee dry with the dry cloth. There might be a little water that will accumulate on the window sill, but you don’t need to worry about that just yet. When you are finished with each window, you want to wipe the window sill clean with the soapy, wet cloth. Now that your windows are clean, you will next want to work on the window tracks. It's amazing just how dirty these window tracks can get. For the full step by step tutorial on window cleaning, you will want to take a look at the Ask Anna Mosely site.

A few more window cleaning and house cleaning tips. Start by filling a bucket or a large pot with some clean, cool water and add a few drops of liquid dish soap. Place a large towel underneath the window to catch any spills. Use a clean microfiber cloth or cleaning cloth to go over the surface of the window, starting from the top of the window and working down to the bottom. Don’t forget to wipe down the frame of the window as well, both inside and out. Spray the window thoroughly with vinegar and water solution. Use a clean, lint-free towel or newspaper and dry the window completely using a Z-shaped motion. You also can also use clean paper towels to help dry the windows. It is best to do your window cleaning on a cool, cloudy day so that the soapy water and the window-cleaner solution does not dry on your windows. You will find these window cleaning house cleaning tips on the Ask Anna Moseley site. On the site, you will find house cleaning tips, organizing tips, decorating tips and more. **

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