How to Make Natural Glass & Mirror Cleaner
This is a natural glass cleaning recipe that I learned when I worked as a yoga instructor. Most yoga studio’s have glass and mirrors that need to be cleaned daily. Most of them have turned to vinegar as their primary eco-friendly glass cleaner of choice.
The problem? It smells like vinegar — ugh!
When I added essential oils to the natural glass cleaner I use I began to love cleaning with it. I can still smell vinegar, but the essential oils tame it so nicely. They also really add to the cleaning power. I get streak free fast drying shine every time!
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Natural Glass & Mirror Cleaner Recipe
- 1 1/2 c distilled water
- 3/4 c vinegar
- 1 drop eco-friendly dish soap
- 20 drops of citrus fresh essential oil
This mixture fills the 16oz glass spray bottle I use up to the rim so be careful, don’t over poor. Add a little less water to make it 1 1/4 cup of distilled water if you prefer. I have provided an Amazon affiliate link to the glass bottle I use for your convenience. [16oz Clear Glass Spray Bottle] I earn a very small commission at no extra cost to you — Thank you for your support.
Only use glass bottles for essential oils — citrus oils will eat right through it!
I memorize this mixture as a 2:1 ratio of water to vinegar. Use approximately twice as much water as vinegar — a little less water is fine. If you are making a large mixture, use 1/4 – 1/2 teaspoon of eco-friendly dish soap of choice.
You can substitute another essential oil if you prefer. Lemon, thieves or lavender essential oil also work very nicely in glass cleaning solutions.
For more recipes see The Lazy Mom’s Guide to Making Natural Cleaning Products.
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Does signing up make me a distributor?
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Why should I buy from Young Living instead of other essential oils companies?
It does seem like a new essential oils company pops up every day, doesn’t it?
I can’t speak to the quality of other companies, but I can say that Young Living was the only company in my research of essential oil companies that could answer all of my questions about purity in a way that was satisfactory to me.
Young Living was the only company that has their own farms (in the regions where the plants should be grown), could absolutely guarantee that no pesticides or herbicides were used in the growing of any of their oils (they use essential oils for pest control and they do all of the weeding by hand), has their own testing equipment (they do both in-house and 3rd party testing, and use many different testing methods not just GC/MS which only tests for certain chemicals, not whether those chemicals are synthetic or not), and only uses the first distillation of oils instead of adding chemicals to get more out of the plant.
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With Young Living, you just have to trust one company instead of several.
I feel like it’s a trust step either way (anyone could be lying) but I felt the most comfortable trusting Young Living since they are a full-disclosure company. ANYONE can visit the farms, participate in the harvesting and distillation, view the Young Living labs, and see the entire process. That’s not an option with any other company.
How will I know which oils to use for what?
One of the benefits of getting a starter kit through this promotion is that you also get to join our private Facebook groups designed specifically for questions about essential oils!
The reference guide that I’m giving away as part of this promotion is also a HUGE resource. You can look up almost anything in it and see which essential oils can be helpful.
Does Young Living only sell essential oils?
The answer to this one was surprising to me when I first got my starter kit! Young Living actually has an entire line of personal care products, supplements, meal replacements, energy drinks, and more! Almost every product incorporates essential oils (for example, Frankincense Essential Oil is absolutely wonderful in facial products), but there’s a wide variety of products available.
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please confirm any information obtained from or through this website with other sources, and review all information regarding any medical condition or treatment with your physician. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking medical treatment because of something you have read on this website. Please keep essential oils out of the reach of children.
Other Articles Using Essential Oils:
- Getting Started with Essential Oils for a Healthy Home
- The Lazy Mom’s Guide to Making Natural Cleaning Products
- The Lazy Mom’s Guide to Making Natural Glass Cleaner
- The Lazy Mom’s Guide to Making Natural Wood Polish
- 7 Teething Tips to Naturally Sooth Your Baby
- DIY Scented Bath Salts
- DIY All Natural Chemical-Free Outdoor Spray
- Scented Cotton Ball Matching Game
- DIY Leave in Conditioner and Detangling Spray
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