Quick and Easy Eyeglass Cleaner

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The easiest thing you can make - your own eyeglass cleaner!

I can’t believe I haven’t shared this with you yet – it’s one of the easiest things I know how to make. I probably say that a lot, but truly, this is super easy. You’ll have the ingredients on hand, and I can’t even calculate the cost to make this, because it’s just so darn frugal. Woo!

The best part? It works. Better than the commercial stuff, as you’ll soon find out.

Quick and Easy Eyeglass Cleaner

You’ll need:

  • clean, small spray bottle – you can use one like thisir?t=itsaloloth 20&l=as2&o=1&a=B001CYC4I4, or just one from the travel section in most stores
  • distilled white vinegar
  • rubbing alcohol
  • water

Instructions:

  1. So easy! Fill your spray bottle 1/3 of the way with vinegar, 1/3 of the way with rubbing alcohol, and fill the rest of the way with water.

That’s it! Spray your eyeglass lenses when they need some cleaning, and wipe with a paper towel or lint free cloth, like this oneir?t=itsaloloth 20&l=as2&o=1&a=B000J0JPJI. Just use a 1:1:1 vinegar/alcohol/water ratio, and you’re good every time!

Enjoy!

Love,

Dandy

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9 thoughts on “Quick and Easy Eyeglass Cleaner”

  1. This would be good to carry in my car for the inside of my car windows. They have feet prints all over them and I can never remember what is safe to use on tinted windows.

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  2. I like to slice up a lemon and put it in a bowl of water and microwave it for about 3 minutes and let he steam penetrate the grime before opening the door. It wipes right off with a cloth afterwards. Then I dip a cloth in the lemon water (after it cools a little!) and sprinkle some borax on my stove top and use the cloth and lemon water to scrub the stove clean. Then I send the lemon slices down the garbage disposal to clean the blades.

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  3. This sounds simple enough that I could do it! Does this solution work on sunglasses as well? I have a baby and my sunglasses have become her favorite car toy, so they are constantly dirty! Thanks for the great tips!

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