How to quickly clean a mirror: a surprising method
There are many folkways to clean a mirror from grease and stains. However, the tricky part is to do it without leaving streaks. You can buy products containing antistatic agents, ammonia, and ethyl alcohol in the store.
Life hacks using vinegar, salt, and citric acid are also popular - these are universal cleaners that will help remove dirt. But there is another little-known, but no less effective, mirror cleaner. Read the OBOZREVATEL article to find out how ordinary milk can help.
If other products leave streaks on the glass, milk will cope with the challenge quickly and perfectly. Few people know about this method and, frankly, it seems a bit strange at first glance.
Everything is very simple. After you clean the surface of the mirror from dust, dirt, and grease stains, wipe it with milk. Pour a little milk into a small container - a cup or a shallow plate. Then, after soaking a cloth or soft sponge in it, polish the surface of the mirror that has stains from the previous wash.
Toothpaste will do the same for stains. Like milk, it can remove all stains in a few minutes.
By the way, frozen toothpaste will help with cleaning. It is used to clean carpets, tile joints, and even kitchen utensils. Read more about the little-known properties of the paste in the article.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL talked about three cheap life hacks for cleaning windows.