By Debbie Kiefert from Greenbay
I'm a big fan of Mr. Clean. I use it on everything. It's grease cutting properties cuts streaking and makes all my glass sparkle!
For mirrors and windows I use a liquid product (here in Canada) called Hertel. It's in the cleaners aisle of grocery stores. Put a small amount in a container of water, squeeze out your cloth and wash mirror. Use paper towel or lint free cloth to dry. Never any streaking. I've searched for many years to find a streak-free cleaner!
Rubbing alcohol and old T-shirt.
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This question is regarding streaking on a mirror. When I clean it, no matter how I clean it, I don't see streaking. Then, a day later it shows a film like streak usually in the same places on the mirror. Rubbing it with a dry cloth only makes it smear. Any ideas?
Walmart sells a great window cleaner. It's in the automotive section in a black bottle. It's called "Invisible Glass".