- Start by doing a quick dry dust of the mirror with a clean microfibre cloth or duster. Wipe the top and sides of the mirror frame too.
- If there are any stains or stubborn marks on the mirror, spot-clean these with a multisurface spray & a damp microfibre cloth.
- Standing about a foot away from the mirror, spray a small amount of glass or window cleaning product over the mirror. The mirror should be misty but not dripping with the product – a few sprays should be enough.
- Starting in the top corner, wipe the mirror with a dry microfibre cloth. Work from left-to-right and top-to-bottom to ensure no areas are missed.
- For a perfect, streak-free finish – flip your microfibre and go back over, buffing any residual product.
- Don't use newspaper to clean mirrors or windows – this is an old 'cleaning hack' that doesn't work. In fact, the ink on newspapers can transfer to your mirror, making it worse than when you started.
- Always use a clean cloth – using a dirty cloth will smear your mirror & leave it dirtier.
- Less is more – using too much cleaning product will leave behind residual product and can cause streaks.