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  1. […] bad over the winter. I suppose I had gotten used to how gross they became, but when I came across Crunchy Betty’s Alvin Corn window cleaner recipe, I knew I had to try it out on my own dirty windows and let the light shine […]

  2. […] combinations and found this one to be a hands-down winner over plain vinegar. She calls it the Alvin Corn Glass Cleaner because it’s comprised of alcohol, vinegar, corn starch and water. Spray on windows and wipe […]

  3. […] windows with great success. I found this recipe on Crunchy Betty. Find the original recipe here.  She’s got some awesome sauce recipes for all things natural. Just don’t get […]

  4. […] use a totally home DIY fix to clean my glass surfaces and it is 100% effective :)  Here is the recipe.  You can find rubbing alcohol at most pharmacies in KL. I use an empty Method Home spray bottle […]

  5. […] cleans great and doesn’t streak! I’ve seen people on the ‘net talk about how vinegar will etch or pit glass over time, but I have also seen as many say they have never had problems with vinegar on glass. Likewise, I […]

  6. […] do a great job! For a little deeper clean, though, I use this awesome diy window cleaner I found on Crunchy Betty. See the site for the specific recipe, but it is vinegar, rubbing alcohol, water, and, get this […]

  7. […] decided to try Crunchy Betty‘s Alvin Corn Glass Cleaner because it won her Battle of the Homemade Glass […]

  8. […] homemade glass cleaner (something non-toxic, of course) and stumbled on an experiment conducted by Crunchy Betty. She tried several non-toxic recipes and found the best homemade glass cleaner contained rubbing […]

  9. […] that would work on the grimiest grim in the house- the mirror in my bedroom.   I found one at Crunchy Betty. This gal has done her research, which means I don’t have to!   Simple non-toxic […]

  10. […] on your windows and willing to spend 3 minutes making a really cheap, highly effective alternative, check out this recipe from Crunchy Betty. She tested three homemade glass cleaners and eventually created this recipe, which outdid the […]

  11. […] have: if you do not have any vinegar, feel free to use any liquid soap you have. By the way, all glass and window cleaners are also considered to be liquid soap. Dishwashing liquid is another example. This, however, is the […]

  12. […] I tried Crunchy Betty’s “Alvin Corn” glass cleaner (ALcohol+VINegar+CORNstarch). I used vodka in place of the rubbing alcohol because, strangely, I […]

  13. […] recipe of cheap oil and baking soda simply is not Goo-Gone and will never be). However, this is one recipe I came across that I’ve tested over the last year that is excellent for cleaning mirrors and glass. […]

  14. […] stuff cleans great and doesn’t streak! I’ve seen people on the ‘net talk about how vinegar will etch or pit glass over time, but I have also seen as many say they have never had problems with vinegar on glass. Likewise, I […]

  15. […] that would work on the grimiest grim in the house- the mirror in my bedroom. I found one at Crunchy Betty. This gal has done her research, which means I don’t have to! Simple non-toxic ingredients.. […]

  16. […] your own in-home cleaning recipes. There are several ways to make window cleaners yourself from crunchybetty. And which one works better, you may need to try yourself. After google the net, this mixture gets […]

  17. […] aside your go-to, chemical-ridden glass cleaner and whip up a streak-free solution with the help of a few standard kitchen items. For best results, use a newspaper to rub your […]

  18. […] aside your go-to, chemical-ridden glass cleaner and whip up a streak-free solution with the help of a few standard kitchen items. For best results, use a newspaper to rub your […]

  19. […] aside your go-to, chemical-ridden glass cleaner and whip up a streak-free solution with the help of a few standard kitchen items. For best results, use a newspaper to rub your […]

  20. […] aside your go-to, chemical-ridden glass cleaner and whip up a streak-free solution with the help of a few standard kitchen items. For best results, use a newspaper to rub your […]

  21. […] say that I DO use this one still. It is still better than Windex! One more from Crunchy Betty! Her Alvin Corn Glass Cleaner. Now I will say that I have always been a Windex snob. I have tried others and they steak and I […]