It’s no secret, cleaning SUCKS! I like to keep my cleaning products minimal and one of my go to products is tried and true, Windex®. It’s perfect for so many surfaces. It works on windows, mirrors, sealed granite and marble, glass shower doors, chrome bathroom fixtures, lucite, tile, plastic, vinyl, aluminum and more.
Here are my tips on places I love to use Windex® for the quick just-before-guests-drop-in clean ups.
How I Keep My Home Sparkling With Windex®
I just pick up my Windex® at Walmart where it’s always a killer price and an easy in and out. Just go to the home cleaning section of Walmart and you’ll see a nice display.
Before I get into how I use it, I thought I would mention that I use the phrase “I keep my home sparkling” much like a boss of a company says,”I made X amount of profit”. It’s a team effort. That being said I do the lower stuff (since I’m short) and my tall husband does everything higher up.
So with that out of the way and my new trusty Windex® bottle, let’s get right down to my favorite places to use it!
1. Glass and Crystal Light Fixtures
My dinning room chandelier gets so dusty sometimes and the best way to get it sparkling again is a few squirts of Windex®. BAM! From dull to dazzling.
Other light fixtures also get some straight up Windex® love. The chrome and glass one in the kitchen to the chrome one in the living room.
To avoid dripping we first squirt on the paper towel then wipe each piece one at a time. It takes a while, but it’s really worth the effort.
Yup, it can be used on plastics. I use it to clean my clear plastic desk protector. It leaves it nice and shiny.
Windex® is perfect for cleaning my stylish acrylic desk accessories. Even my chrome and plastic Snowball Blue Microphone gets a quick shine with Windex®. Naturally I just use a little product on a paper towel to wipe.
Then I head to my cosmetics and use it to clean the various plastic bins I store all my messy makeup.
3. Bathroom Fixtures
These really sparkle in my home thanks to Windex®.
4. Windows and Mirrors
Then I hit up the obvious Windex® use areas. All the mirrors, glass picture frames, and windows.
It really does look like a whole different dinning room. I keep looking over and thinking the window is open lol.
How do you use Windex®? Get to the comments and let me know!
Happy spring cleaning!