Make your own tint-safe window cleaner solution

You know the routine, go to the parts store, look for window cleaner that is safe on tinted windows, but what do you purchase? There are tons of brands out there, but which one works the best?

Truth: All of them.

Why spend $4 - $6 for some window cleaning solution when you can make your own from readily available supplies around the house? Dentless Dave (zetecgt on Focaljet) shows us how!

Time Required:
5 Minutes

Tools Needed:

  • A decent spray bottle (preferably one that mists)
  • 91% Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol (70% will work too)
  • Johnson & Johnson Baby Soap


    Tint safe window cleaner is made of 3 things:
  • soap
  • alcohol
  • water


  • 2 tbl spoons of rubbing alcohol
  • 2 drops of Johnson & Johnson Baby soap
  • Fill the rest with water.

    All cleaning supplies are 90% water anyway, so really, when you pay 2.99 for window cleaner, you might as well be giving away free money.

    The soap naturally does what soap does and lubricates the dirt off.

    The alcohol help the cleaner to dry fast leaving a no streak finish and will help to break up any grease or oils that may be on the window.

    You can buy 2.99 window cleaner that may last 3 months depending on how much you wash your windows... or, you can spend .99 on a bottle of alcohol, .99 for a bottle of soap, and mix it yourself and have enough to last you for a few years...

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