Why do my mirrors streak when I clean them? While you might think that a simple spray removes all, not properly treating these spots is the leading cause of streaks—when you go to wipe down the rest of the mirror with a clean or solution-sprayed cloth, the greasy or oily residue just spreads across the surface of the glass with each sweeping motion.
How do you clean a mirror so there are no streaks? Just mix a half vinegar and half water solution in a spray bottle (If you’ve got hard water, consider using distilled water to clean your mirror so that it won’t leave a residue!), spray it onto a microfiber cloth and then apply to the reflective surface.
What is the best thing to clean mirrors with? Rubbing Alcohol
This is basically your stain remover and it’s fantastic for glass surfaces in particular. Removing mirror stains efficiently before you clean the rest of the surface will make the job much easier, and yield a more satisfactory end result.
What is the easiest way to clean a mirror? Combine one cup water, one cup vinegar and a teaspoon of dish soap in a spray bottle. Shake gently to mix. Apply the solution directly to the mirror and let it sit for a few seconds. Wipe the spray on the mirror away with either a microfiber cloth or newspaper.