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Blogs in November 2016

Save much-needed time – not to mention your sanity – with these cleaning hacks that take advantage of everyday items to tackle your home’s toughest glass cleaning needs.

Put these tried-and-true glass cleaning hacks to the test

A dirty wine glass with water spots

The oils on your fingertips have a tendency to show up on glass. If you’re tired of seeing oily smears on glass surfaces throughout your home, use this guide to remove fingerprints with ease.

Remove Fingerprints from Window Glass

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If you’re looking for a unique craft that the kids will love, this stained glass turkey is a great option. It’s not everyday you see a colorful turkey shining light through a window! This craft is easy to make and festive for Thanksgiving.

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Mason jars are useful for so many different things, especially table centerpieces! They are easily customizable and affordable for any budget. With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it’s time to start preparing your dining table decorations!

Floating Candle Jars...Read more

The battle of glass versus plastic storage containers isn’t exactly age-old, but it is contentious. If your family is still doing battle over the best place to store and transport leftovers, stop the insanity – see who comes out on top when glass and plastic duke it out…

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Mirrors serve several functional and aesthetic purposes. They reflect light and images to make a small room appear larger. They also give you a way to double check your appearance before you leave the house.

Standard mirrors are available in bulk at big box and home improvement stores,...Read more

A foggy window on a rainy day

Many homeowners today with older double pane windows are noticing something strange: the windows are becoming foggy. When this happens to the windshield in your car, the foggy layer is a sign the glass is dirty. Simply wiping it down with glass cleaner is enough to restore good vision through...Read more