As the Portokalos believe: " My dad believed in two things: That Greeks... and every ailment from psoriasis to poison ivy can be cured with Windex."
That said, we don't advise using Windex outside its inscribed purpose (cleaning). So what can it do? Let's find out.
Keeps Counters Clean
This one is pretty obvious; except you can use it on everything. From your counters, to the stove top, to fridge; spray it on all your kitchen surfaces.
One if its greatest strengths; Windex as a degreaser! Spray it liberally on greased spots, let it stand for 10 minutes, then wipe it up. Once it's gone, wipe up with a cloth and water.
Cleaning microfiber upholstery can be a real pain, and usually takes forever. Let Windex help your struggles! Spray a gentle amount on the stain, then after a few minutes, with a soft brush, start working the stain in the same direction.
Get Toys Clean
The same use as before; get the grime off of all those dirty toys! Spray and wipe with Windex, then rinse with water.
Still not impressed? Take your blue bottle out back and give your patio furniture a good clean. Spray it generously, then wipe clean after 10 minutes. Spray with water afterwards if desired.
Dispel Laundry Stains
Use the clear colored version for this one; most tough common stains including red wine can be fought with Windex. Make sure you're not dealing with delicate fabrics. Spray a bit, let it sit for 15 minutes, then blot with a cloth, rinse with cold water, and launder as needed.
Yes! For diamonds, platinum, gold & silver jewelry Windex is safe to use and does a fine job! Also if you can't get a ring off, Windex works just as well as lotion.
A Cleaner + Bug Killer too?!
Now it doesn't work instantly, but if you're out of a proper spray, use Windex! They'll curl up and die in just a few minutes. Don't use it on bees unless you want to get stung before they drop.
Don't believe us? Test our claims out yourself and share your experience below.