Best All Natural Glass Cleaner

Sometimes, the glass surfaces in our homes don't get the attention they deserve.  Polishing windows, for instance, may only happen when we do our annual spring cleaning.  Other surfaces need to be cleaned more frequently because they're used often and therefore are especially prone to streaks and smudges.  Those fingerprints on the patio door.  The rings left on your glass coffee table when someone didn't use a coaster for that glass of iced tea.  The bathroom mirror that always looks smudged after you take a steaming hot shower.

Finding the right cleaning product for your glass surfaces can be as difficult as keeping your windows and mirrors streak-free.  Some common household cleaners take on a foaming action as they're released from the can.  This can leave a streaky residue on windows unless you meticulously wipe the area repeatedly.

Other products have an especially strong smell, leaving you wondering what chemicals you are releasing into your home.  Synthetic cleaners, for instance, sometimes reek of ammonia, which can set off sensitive sinuses, especially in the midst of spring cleaning.  These chemicals are also likely to cause skin irritation, if you should happen to get any on your hands.

If you are in search of the best all-natural glass cleaner, Haus Naturals Streak Free Glass Cleaner is clearly (pun intended) your top option.  It works on mirrors and windows (yes, even the tinted variety).

How to Use Haus Naturals Streak Free Glass Cleaner

Using a paper towel to wipe the bathroom mirror.

First, here are some tips for getting the most out of the product.  Be sure to follow the directions on the label for best results.  Gently shake the bottle and spray the cleaner directly onto the glass.  Use a clean paper towel or microfiber cloth to wipe the area.  Then, follow up with a dry towel to make the glass sparkle.

About Haus Naturals Streak Free Glass Cleaner

Haus Naturals Streak Free Glass Cleaner includes natural ingredients that are friendly toward pets, people, and the environment.  It's biodegradable and non-toxic.


I tested this product on three glass surfaces.  I started with a window, then proceeded to a mirror.  To try something a little off the beaten path, I also used the product on another frequently-overlooked glass item in my kitchen — the round, rotating tray in the microwave.  I needed an excuse to clean it anyway.

First, I sprayed some cleaner on a sunny window that's seen its share of dirt because it serves as the backdrop for a windowsill herb garden.  With most conventional glass cleaners, spraying the window directly results in immediate streaking, which then has to be eliminated with repeated strokes across the window.  Some people advise cleaning the window with newspaper to prevent streaking, but it's not a practical solution if the paper you read is digital.  Others suggest waiting for a cloudy day to polish the windows since the sun makes streaks more prominent.  But again, that's not always the most workable solution.

Thankfully, when I used Haus Naturals Streak Free Glass Cleaner, it produced a smudge-free shine without much effort.

The bathroom mirror was next.  Since it's suspended behind the sink, it's not subject to fingerprint smudges, but it does lose its shine over time.  Hot showers fog the glass.  And long after the condensation has dissipated, the mirror still looks dull.  I sprayed, wiped, and buffed, achieving quick, effective results as I did with the window.

Now for the microwave tray.  It goes without saying that it doesn't get cleaned nearly as often as it should, so this is what it looked like before applying cleaner.  I expected the cleaning process to be especially laborious to compensate for the lack of regular maintenance.  However, I used the product as directed and was pleasantly surprised by the rapidly-achieved results.

Here's the sad state of the microwave tray initially.

Closeup of a dirty microwave tray.

After it was cleaned up, you can see considerable improvement.

The look of the microwave tray after it was cleaned.

Before and after pictures of the microwave tray don't really do the product justice, as the glass is not fully transparent.  However, suffice it to say that the grease and food particles came off right away, with just a few passes over the surface with a paper towel.  Afterward, the glass felt smooth and clean and looked like something you would actually want to put food on.

In case you're curious how the bathroom mirror turned out, this is how it looked after a quick polish.

The bathroom mirror after it was polished.


You can use this cleaner for all things glass — windows, tables, mirrors, panels on appliances.  It's safe for tinted glass, so you can spray it on car windows, too.


If you read labels on food packages and household cleaners, you know how difficult it can be to decode the often multi-syllabic names of many of the ingredients.  You may be wondering just what chemicals you are introducing into your home.  Even when the bottle boasts that a product contains "natural elements", their names are often as unfamiliar as a foreign language.  And if you're like many of us, you don't have time to do the research to get to the bottom of what's in the products.  Here's a breakdown of the ingredients in Haus Naturals Glass Cleaner so you know what you are using.

Filtered Water

This one is pretty self-explanatory.  Filtered water is free of many impurities, making it safer in many cases than plain tap water.  It can give you peace of mind to know the water in your cleaning product is the same quality as drinking water.

Coconut Derived Surfactant Blend

Coconut affords a variety of health benefits, as many people use the oil contained within them for cooking and cleaning.  Coconut oil has antibacterial properties and helps with polishing.  A "surfactant" is a substance that reduces surface tension when dissolved in water.  Surfactants are commonly found in detergents and cleaning products.  As for Cocamidopropyl Betaine, it is synthetic but safe.  It's commonly found in cosmetics and other personal care products because it conditions the skin.  You can also find it in many cleaning products, as it reduces the thickness of liquids and helps with foaming action.  On a cleaning solution label, it may also appear as "Cocamidopropyl dimethyl glycine" "CADG" or  "disodium cocamiphodipropionate", among other names.

Sodium Citrate

You will often see this ingredient on the labels of eco-friendly products.  It's especially common in phosphate-free liquid cleaners and detergents.  Sodium citrate is biodegradable and derived from natural elements.

Final Takeaways

When it comes to the best all-natural glass cleaner, Haus Naturals Streak Free Glass Cleaner lives up to its reputation.  It polishes mirrors, windows, and other surfaces without leaving hard-to-get-rid-of streaks and smudges.  Just spray and wipe with a clean paper or microfiber towel to remove fingerprints and the like.  To optimize their shine, gently buff cleaned surfaces with another dry cloth.

This product is a wise choice for "green" enthusiasts, as it is biodegradable and free of toxins.  It has a pleasant, subtle scent, unlike many conventional cleaning products that are overwhelmingly comprised of synthetic chemicals.  While you should take common-sense precautions when using and storing the product, such as keeping it away from your eyes and out of the reach of children, it is safer than most of the garden-variety cleaners on the market.