Glass & Mirror Cleaner

  • Plant-derived, unscented formula that leaves a streak-free shine
  • 16 FL OZ (1 PT) 473 ML

We were frustrated with harsh-smelling glass cleaners that left surfaces cloudy and streaked, so we created our Glass & Mirror Cleaner. This plant-derived, unscented formula combines a high concentration of active ingredients, leaving windows, mirrors, and other glass surfaces clear, shiny, and free of residue. A few sprays will improve your entire outlook. Literally.

Glass Bottle With Sprayer 16 fl oz
Home Cleaning Best Sellers Kit
$61 $55
Glass & Mirror Cleaner Bulk
$84 $70

Unscented for use with all Laundress products.

Ingredients: water, alcohol denat., decyl glucoside, cocamidopropyl betaine, sodium gluconate, benzisothiazolinone. No phosphorus.

Color and texture may vary with plant-derived ingredients.


No animal ingredients or animal testing.

Dermatologist tested..

CAUTION: Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not ingest. If ingested, seek medical advice.

Assembled in The USA

Safety Data Sheet

Spray on glass or mirror surfaces from 6 inches away to remove dirt, dust, grease, grime, and fingerprints. Then wipe clean with a paper towel or newspaper. For optimal results and decreased waste, use with our Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths.
Ideal for: Safe and effective cleaning of windows, mirrors, and other glass surfaces
Removing dirt, dust, grease, grime, and fingerprints"

Step 1

For streak-free windows and glassware, wipe dry with a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths.


Step 4

As an alternative glass cleaner, use Scented Vinegar.

Did you know...

This product contains streak-free cleaning enhancers derived from corn. Its sans-fragrance formula ensures residue-free results, and high-performance glucoside effortlessly removes dirt and grime. Traditional glass cleaners have minimal to no cleaning enhancers and contain derivatives of formaldehyde as a wetting agent. Not only is this harmful to skin and eyes, it’s also hazardous to the environment. Artificial dyes can also leave behind residue and stain fabrics.

Kitchens have more bacteria and fecal contamination than any other place in the home. With up to 10 million bacteria per square inch, the kitchen sponge is the single dirtiest item in the house! Additional culprits are food prep and storage areas like kitchen countertops, sinks, cutting boards, and the refrigerator. Frequent cleaning with the appropriate products will reduce bacteria and the spread of contaminants. Avoid using sponges to clean glass surfaces.

Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths are more effective than paper towels! Paper towels are made of two loosely woven sheets of wood pulp that are glued together with adhesive. When cleaning, the adhesive breaks down and produces lint particles, abrasion, smearing, and streaking.

Dust first.
Wipe quickly after spraying.
Use lint-prone towels, sponges, or paper towels.

  • We've started to make the switch from our heritage #1 PET recyclable plastic to 100% post-consumer recycled material (PCR). You may notice that some of our bottles have a smoky tint—that's PCR!

  • Follow our sustainability journey here to learn how we're mindfully taking steps to lighten our load on the environment.