Plastic windows can often get cloudy, but they are best cleaned with a mixture of how water and vinegar. Use vinegar, water and a microfiber cloth to clean plastic windows with help from a professional house cleaner in this free video on window cleaning tips.
Hi I'm Rachel Yatuzis and I'm going to show you how to clean cloudy plastic windows whether they be in a playhouse or maybe a tent or maybe a jeep, cloudy plastic windows they really look kind of funky and you really want to be able to see through them, you'd like them to be transparent so you want to make a mixture of one cup of hot hot hot hot water, as hot as you can get it and then put in a fourth a cup of vinegar. I've done that and just put it into a spray bottle here and this is what you want to clean the window with. You can either spray it and wipe it with a paper towel like this or a microfiber cloth which I always like to suggest or if it's something that is really really filthy you may need a sponge and you may need to do a little bit of scrubbing. The good thing is vinegar evaporates really easily so it won't leave streaks and it is a really great disinfectant so any dirt or mold or mildew that may be in the plastic window it will get rid of and that cloudiness will really disappear. It is all in the buffing and the more you buff the less cloudy it is going to be. If the water gets cold on you you want to replace that water with really hot water, this again helps the evaporation process and helps it keep from streaking. But it's pretty easy and if you have plastic windows you usually only have to do this once a year. I'd go on and include that in your spring cleaning routine and your windows should look new for as long as you keep them. Plastic lasts for a long time. I'm Rachel Yatuzis and that is how you clean cloudy plastic windows.
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