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  • Mar Schaeffer

    Fake Windex I was so satisfied with the Fake Febreeze for 15 Cents, that I began wondering what other common household cleaners I could make on the cheap. There's tons of resources out there for DIY cleaners, but I want to REPLICATE as closely as possible the Real Thing! Probably the Number One Cleaner I use in my house is Windex. With 4-year old, AKA "Mr. Sticky Fingers" and Scottie Dog, AKA "Mr. Greasy Nose" in the house, I use it a lot! Credit In all honesty, I have tried to use the Dollar Tree version of Windex. To me, it just seems too watery and it leaves lots of streaks. Guess some things are just not the same as the name brand....until now! Here's what you need: 1 Empty Windex Spray Bottle 1/8 Cup (1oz) White Ammonia 1/4 Cup (4oz) Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol 1 Drop Laundry Detergent Water - To Fill The Bottle Isn't it nuts how most of what we're paying for is WATER? Anyway, I tried this "refill" of my Windex and it's awesome! No streaks & it even smells like the real thing! I used a 64 oz bottle of Ammonia and a 16 oz bottle of Rubbing Alcohol that I picked up for $1.00 each at the Dollar Tree. Wait till you see how cheap it is to "fake" your own Windex:

  • Susan Tait

    Make your own window cleaner for $0.27, from fakeitfrugal.blogspot.com: 1 Empty Windex Spray Bottle, 1/8 Cup (1oz) White Ammonia , 1/4 Cup (4oz) Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol, 1 Drop Laundry Detergent, Water - To Fill The Bottle

  • Tina Best Hughes

    fake it frugal has this recipe: empty windex bottle, 1/8 c. white ammonia, 1/4 cup rubbing alcohol, 1 drop laundry detergent, water to fill the bottle.

  • Candace Robinette

    Homemade Windex Probably the Number One Cleaner I use in my house is Windex. With 4-year old, AKA "Mr. Sticky Fingers" and Scottie Dog, AKA "Mr. Greasy Nose" in the house, I use it a lot! Credit In all honesty, I have tried to use the Dollar Tree version of Windex. To me, it just seems too watery and it leaves lots of streaks. Guess some things are just not the same as the name brand....until now! Here's what you need: 1 Empty Windex Spray Bottle 1/8 Cup (1oz) White Ammonia 1/4 Cup (4oz) Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol 1 Drop Laundry Detergent Water - To Fill The Bottle Isn't it nuts how most of what we're paying for is WATER? Anyway, I tried this "refill" of my Windex and it's awesome! No streaks & it even smells like the real thing! I used a 64 oz bottle of Ammonia and a 16 oz bottle of Rubbing Alcohol that I picked up for $1.00 each at the Dollar Tree. Wait till you see how cheap it is to "fake" your own Windex:

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