What is the best way to clean mirrors without streaking?

by Pamtec Enviro Systems Road Sweeping Machines

Having clean mirrors is a great way to make your home look more beautiful and inviting. There are many different ways to clean them, so choosing the best method will depend on the type of mirror you have and how often you want to clean it. You should also consider what kind of materials you use when cleaning. For example, if you're using paper towels or cloths that can leave lint behind then try using newspaper instead. In this article we'll discuss some tips for getting those streaks out of mirrors once and for all!

It is best to clean mirrors when the sun isn't shining directly on them.

It is best to clean mirrors when the sun isn't shining directly on them. If you must clean your mirrors when it is sunny outside, make sure you use a squeegee and not just a rag.

It is also important to wait until the weather has been consistently dry for at least two days before you attempt to clean your mirrors. When it rains, water collects on your window and can be hard to remove from within the glass with a dry cloth.

The humidity of your house also affects how easily dirt can be removed from inside of your mirror's frame or housing around it as well as how long it takes for streaks to appear again if you have already cleaned them off once before without using any type of vinegar solution first (which does not help in this regard because vinegar tends not to evaporate quickly enough).

Always use a lint-free cloth when cleaning glass.

  • Instead, opt for a soft microfiber cloth like those used by car enthusiasts who want to buff their paint job without damaging it. These cloths are made of synthetic fibers that will help remove dirt and fingerprints without leaving behind any residue on your smooth surfaces—and they're much better at trapping dust than paper towels or tissues! Just remember: no terrycloth here; these materials are too harsh and absorbent for this purpose.

A mixture of vinegar and water can also be used to clean mirrors.

Vinegar is also a good cleaner for glass. In fact, it's been used for centuries as a window cleaner and household all-purpose cleaner. As such, you can use it to clean mirrors as well.

  • Mix together equal parts vinegar and water in an empty spray bottle.

  • Spray the mirror with the mixture of vinegar and water from above in a sweeping motion until the surface is completely wet.

  • Wipe down the mirror with a soft cloth until dry.

Newspaper can be used instead of paper towels or cloths to clean glass.

Another way to clean your mirrors without streaking is by using newspaper. Newspaper is cheap, absorbent and doesn't leave lint. It can also be used to clean windows as well as mirrors.

Newspapers are great because they are cheap, don't leave lint behind, and they will soak up any water you use when cleaning your mirrors or windows. Just make sure that you don't wring out the newspaper because it could cause streaks on your glass surface if it's too wet after being wrung out.

Cleaning your mirrors is easy as long as you know what not to do.

First and foremost, don't clean your mirrors with anything that's too gentle. If you're using a cloth or paper towel, make sure it's soft and doesn't scratch the glass. If you're using window cleaner or ammonia-based cleaners, make sure they're specifically meant for mirror surfaces (and read all of the instructions first).

Don't use abrasive cleaners or steel wool either; the high pressure and rough texture will create scratches in your mirror surface that will be visible from afar.


We hope this article has helped you better understand how to clean mirrors without streaking. We know that it can be frustrating when you try your hardest but still end up with a streaky mess. We have some tips for cleaning glass in general, so if you're interested in learning more about those then please check out our other articles! 

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