Streaks on your windows? How do you eliminate them?

@rx4life (1932)
United States
July 6, 2007 1:41pm CST
I've just spent an hour washing some windows in my home and low and behold...stepping away after double washing them with bio-kleen ( an environmentally safe product that I've used for years) I see streaks on them...now since I know this product alone isn't the culprit..let me ask you what you use and what you wipe them down with..paper towels? newspaper? a cloth? I need some advice as I don't want to put this much work into "streaky clean window" ...I want squeaky clean!!!
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@catherIN (430)
• United States
7 Jul 07
My husband does the windows here. He always uses newspaper. When he cleans windows or the windows in our vehicle there is never a streak! He swears that it's the newspaper.
@rx4life (1932)
• United States
7 Jul 07
Wow...I know I can use the newspaper...wish I could get the husband to do the windows...that might be trickier!!! lOL
@abbey19 (3129)
• Gold Coast, Australia
7 Jul 07
My mother always used vinegar in water, and scrunched up newspaper, and she had the cleanest, streak-free windows in the street. I still do it the same way. It's a lot cheaper than buying any "window cleaning" products!
@rx4life (1932)
• United States
7 Jul 07
Okay...vinegar, water and newspapers...cheap and effective...sounds good to me!!!!
6 Jul 07
Wash your windows with vinegar in water. Then wipe down with a paper towel. Streak free, and very environmentally friendly.
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@rx4life (1932)
• United States
7 Jul 07
I'll try it!! Thanks...