Ways To Clean The Mirrors
The beauty of a mirror is more than just what it reflects. Artfully framed or decorated, mirrors add depth and dimension to your home decor. Plus, they can increase the perceived size of any room. There are several different cleaning strategies that can leave mirrors streak-free and looking sparkling until the next cleaning. Here are some of them. Combine one cup of white or distilled vinegar with one quart of warm water. Find newspaper to use as your cleaning cloth. Crumple the newspaper into usable sizes. Use newspapers that do not use a soy-based ink. Clean the mirrors first to remove any heavy dirt or marks. Use plain water to do the pre-cleaning. Use a cloth with a tight weave, which is more soft and non-abrasive.
Dip the newspaper into the vinegar water solution after pre-cleaning is finished. Rub the newspaper in slow circles across the mirrors. Cover the entire surface of the mirrors. Go over the wet areas with a dry portion of newspaper. This will leave the mirrors dry and keep drip marks from drying onto the surface. Keep any of the solution from getting to the bottom edge of the mirror, which can cause damage to the backing.