You may be wondering how I could possibly be an expert on this topic and I am here to assure you that I am. Background story: Cassie's husband Rex started a window washing company to get him through college. Long story short, he grew the business big enough that one of his clients was a former vice president of the United States.
2 Hand Towels (1 dry & 1 wet)
*Optional would be a window scrubber (you can use a wash cloth or hand towel if you don't want to buy a scrubber)
- Fill your sink half full with water.
- Add a teaspoon of dish soap.
- Submerge one of your hand towels (or scrubber) and slightly ring it out.
- Scrub your mirror or window really well working it in circles and vertically and horizontally. Really put some elbow grease into this.
- Now, use your dry towel to wipe along the top of the mirror, and the right or left edge (I prefer to wipe the left side because I am right handed and it is easier to maneuver).
- Now start your squeegee on the glass where you have wiped and there is no water.
- Run the squeegee all the way from left to right with firm pressure.
- Release once you reach the right side.
- Continue this from left to right until you have removed all of the water from your mirror or window.
- A little tip is to overlap your squeegee lines so you don't leave a trail of water behind.
- Now take your dry towel and wipe and water left along the edge of the window or mirror.
**Your squeegee and scrubber can be bought at home depot