Windex fixes streaks!

by Danielle
(Ft Lauderdale, FL)

I got this tip from someone who works at the tanning salon I go to and it works for me.. If you have streaks after getting a spray tan put a little windex on a washcloth and GENTLY rub it in to make it even with the rest of your tan.

Boshena's comment: LOL, this sounds like something from the My Big Fat Greek Wedding movie! However, when you think about it, I think that Windex contains some alcohol and that exfoliates skin, so it could work!

I will have to try it :-)

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Jul 21, 2013
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Windex DOES work to remove/tone down self-tanner!
by: Aerie

Windex works. That's it. That's all. No shower, exfoliation, sugar scrub, salt scrub...no lemon juice....BLUE Windex. Not kidding. It's been a god-send for me. I've also heard Mr. Clean Magic Eraser works, but I'm not gonna bother....Windex tones down the shade considerably (be careful, you may lose the color altogether) with just a few wipes...no scrubbing or rubbing necessary. PS - It also ROCKS for removing hair dye around your temple, neck, ears, etc. if you or your colorist are not good at "coloring in the lines".

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