Country Lore: Cleaning Windows With Dish Soap

Cleaning windows doesn't require special products and doesn't have to generate waste paper.

| October/November 2010

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    Even professionals sometimes use nothing more complicated than water, dish soap, and a squeegee for cleaning windows.
    PHOTO: BRIAN JACKSON/FOTOLIA

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When I worked for a professional window washer, we used clean water and a few drops of dish soap for cleaning windows. Wipe the windows with a wet sponge and squeegee off the water. Perfect windows and no paper waste.

Ashley Dixon
Pleasant Shade, Tennessee





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