How to Clean Snow Sprey from Glass

Dicle Belul
Photo by Jill Wellington: byPhoto by Jill Wellington

Snow spray is often used in parties and entertainment. Snow spray is also very easy to use. After shaking for 15-20 seconds, you can spray it wherever you want.

For a warm effect indoors, you can use snow sprays. It is possible to make accessories more attractive with snow spray, both in certain corners of the house and on the Christmas tree, and also on your windows, but can you clean and remove it easily?

Snow spray can be easily removed from the glass. For this, you can first wipe it with a dry cloth and easily clean it with a glass wipe.

It's pretty simple to clean up, but it gets even easier with these tips shared by Northeast PA!

Vacuuming is the easiest way to remove snow spray stuck to the window, on the window sill, or the floor under your window or door. First, use a jig so it can get into all cracks and corners, then use a jig with bristles on the window pane itself. Finally, vacuum it up to pick up whatever's left on the floor.

Sweeping will inevitably leave some residue behind, but scraping is the worst you can do to try to remove it. Scraping artificial snow from glass not only potentially scratches and permanently damages the glass, but it also flies all over the place, creating another mess for you to clean up. A much better method is to clean the glass in small sections one at a time with glass cleaner.

Spray the glass cleaner on the area you want to clean and let it sit for about 30 seconds. Then, with a paper towel, rub in circles using moderate pressure until the residue starts to come off. Repeat until the entire surface of the glass is clean.

Comments / 1

Published by

Certified Vegan Nutritionist Personal Trainer Content Creator

New York, NY

More from Dicle Belul

Comments / 0