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6 things you should never clean with glass cleaner

Don’t use glass cleaner with these tasks

Everyone has a bottle of glass cleaner. The liquid is usually blue and is useful for quickly cleaning windows, mirrors and glass shower stalls. However, there are cleaning tasks where it is better to omit this spray.

1. Screens

Do you need to wipe oily fingers off a laptop, TV or phone screen? Do not use glass cleaner for this! Yes, it degreases and cleans, but the ingredients are often far too abrasive for your electronic devices. Instead, choose a microfiber cloth with a little clean water or a special electronics cleaner.

2. Skin

Recently, there has been a trick on the Internet to reverse the results of poor-quality self-tanner using a glass cleaner. Top model Ashley Graham recommended “rubbing” your skin with the blue liquid. Um, don't do that! The glass cleaner is extremely hard on your skin and will dry it out.

3. Bleach

Never mix detergents with bleach. If you mix bleach with an ammonia-containing cleaning agent, which is in a glass cleaner, a dangerous substance called chloramine will be released. It can be very dangerous.

4. Granite counter top

Want to quickly clean the counter? Do not use glass cleaner for this! This is far too corrosive to porous stone like granite and marble and can cause permanent damage. Glass cleaner can cause stains and eat away at the protective coating, so your worktop will appear dull and dirty.

5. Wood

You can use a little glass cleaner on floor coverings with a thick layer of gloss, but this is not very noticeable on untreated wood or wood with only a thin layer of varnish. This will cause ugly stains, just like on your counter.

6. Car glass

Something that few people know is that you should never clean the car windows with a regular window cleaner! This can cause streaks and blurry spots. And never use glass cleaner on tinted windows - the ammonia in the cleaner can damage the film.

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