Peppermint Clean Windows

2 Materials
$10
15 Minutes
Easy

Since I have discovered Infused Oils and flower water, I have had so much fun discovering all their uses! Diffused Peppermint Water has amazing cleaning effects. There is some kind of degreasing properties which makes my life so simple!
My windows haven't been cleaned yet this summer, which is pretty obvious! If you zoom in you can see the streaks better-- of course for effect!

I had an old towel and some Distilled Peppermint Spray on hand. I sprayed all the windows inside and out and
left for a few minutes. There were some greasy spots that needed extra time to sit and let those powerful ingredients do their work!
It literally took less than 10 minutes to clean! This just made the stress that comes with a messy life of being a mom, wife, and business owner a little more bearable!

Diffused Peppermint Spray Recipe

Fill a pot with Distilled Water and bring to a boil. Place fresh Peppermint leaves into pot. Be sure to just cover the leaves and let simmer on low for 30-60 minutes. Let your leaves and water cool. Allow to rest for a few days and then strain into Mason jars or spray bottle. Place in cool dark place until ready to use.

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Suggested materials:

  • Diffused Peppermint Spray  (Had some)
  • Cloth or paper towel  (Had some)

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1 question
  • Marie
    Marie
    on Sep 3, 2017

    Can you use peppermint oil instead of the leaves?
    • Nicki Redekop
      Nicki Redekop
      on Sep 3, 2017

      I haven't used the oil. I think it might be too oily. But you can always try!!

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