Making sure we have clean mirrors is something can be quite important. When it comes to house cleanliness, one of the big things you notice are mirrors. Whether you’re getting ready for some kind of event, or just generally making sure you look your best you’re likely to be using a mirror. When you’re looking so closely, you’re bound to notice mess.
Cleaning windows is much easier if it’s something you do often. The more dirt that builds up on a mirror, the harder it is to clean. On top of this, dirt and other abrasive things may scratch your mirrors. Using microfiber cloths and making sure to polish in circular motions can help you get a good clean surface.
When cleaning mirrors, you’ll want to make sure to use weaker cleaning solutions, particularly ones made for mirror or window cleaning. Things you should definitely avoid are solutions containing acid, anything abrasive or alkalis. This applies for whatever you use for wiping your mirrors down. You want to make sure you’re using a clean, preferably microfiber cloth or paper towel. When cleaning, make sure to wipe in circular motions and buff out your mirrors so they shine as if they were new. Another tip for bathrooms is to polish your mirrors with a thin layer of shaving foam. This works as a barrier to stop your mirror from fogging up.