Natural and economical tips for cleaning your PVC windows
Our home is our cocoon in which we like to feel good. And for this, regular maintenance is required. Today we are going to talk about a household task that you probably have to do often: cleaning PVC windows. These tend to yellow over time and can sometimes become difficult to clean. But don’t worry, I have natural and economical solutions has share you.
White vinegar, a precious ally
We start with a product that you probably already have in your kitchen: White vinegar. It’s a super versatile cleaner, perfect for making your windows shine streak-free. To do this, mix one part white vinegar with two parts water in a spray bottle. Then spray the mixture onto the window and scrub with a soft cloth or non-abrasive sponge. You will be surprised at the result!
Natural tips for treating stubborn stains
To overcome more stubborn stains, I advise you to use baking soda. Simply make a paste with a tablespoon of baking soda and a little water, then rub the stain with this paste before rinsing.
Protect your PVC windows
After cleaning, an essential step to keep your PVC windows in the best possible condition is to protect them. THE citron is excellent for this. Simply rub half a lemon on the yellowed areas, leave to work, then wipe with a dry cloth. The result is impressive!
For regular maintenance
For regular maintenance of your PVC windows, I recommend avoiding using harsh chemicals that could damage the plastic. Instead, opt for the Marseille’s soap. It is gentle and of course, completely natural. Use a cloth dampened with soapy water to clean your windows, then rinse and dry. I hope you find these tips useful for cleaning your uPVC windows. If you try them, don’t forget to share your feedback with me. Together, let’s make our home an ever healthier and more pleasant place to live!