If you’re trying to reduce the chemical cleaners you use in your home, replacing your glass cleaner is a great place to start. While we have a great recipe for making your own, we also know that sometimes it’s just as easy to go the store-bought route.
While the definition of “natural” can vary depending on what you’re looking for, these five glass cleaners have transparent ingredient lists and great ratings on GoodGuide. Plus, since proper mirror maintenance is important to improve the longevity of your mirror and prevent desilvering, you don’t want to risk using harmful products. Also important? They work well to clean your mirror and get a streak-free shine.
This glass cleaner from Method doesn’t contain ammonia and still manages to get the job done. Plus, not only are the ingredients non-toxic, but the company doesn’t test on animals and uses 100 percent recycled plastic, so you can feel extra good about this purchase.
With a plant and mineral-based ingredients list and a big name parent company — Clorox — this cleaner is effective, without being harsh. Plus, the entire Green Works line is certified by the EPA’s Design for the Environment program.
This hypoallergenic cleaner doesn’t contain any fragrances, so while you won’t get a fresh, clean smell, you can trust it to be entirely free and clear of any harmful additives.
Better Life cleaning products are billed as “safe, green and powerful” — which sounds like a great combination to us. With this cleaner, you get both scent-free and streak-free, so it’s a win-win.
ECOS products are designed to offer a plant-powered clean that’s safe for people, pets and the planet. While this cleaner might leave a light vinegar scent behind, you’ll know beyond a doubt that your mirrors and windows are clean.
Cleaning might not be your favorite item on your to-do list, but at least these products can help you feel good about what you’re bringing into your home.
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