Cleaning French Shutters
French shutters or doors add an elegant touch to every home. They consist of multiple boxes from top to bottom, usually installed in pairs that open from the center. Keep French windows clean with a homemade mixture of vinegar and warm water. This non-toxic solution will cut through tough build leaving your French windows without stripes and sparkling clean
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Fill a spray bottle with some vinegar and some hot water. Add two or three drops of your favorite essential oil to reduce the smell of vinegar. More than that will cause streaking on the glass. Put on the lid and shake the bottle. Spray a glass pan at a time starting from the French shutters top and work over then down. Wipe each section clean with household paper or a newspaper until dry. Spray with the vinegar solution and wipe the frame and all fixtures or locks.
Tips and warnings
Acetic fragrance will disappear within a few hours. French shutters can try with the peppermint or lemon essential oil for a refreshing scent. Watching movies and sleeping is best in a dark room. Cover the openings in your French doors with an opaque curtain to create a private oasis perfect for sleeping through movies. Sew curtains from a significant fabric for both light control and privacy.