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Using common household products, glass cups can be cleaned in a variety of ways. Glass cups should be washed and air-dried regularly with warm water and a small amount of dish soap. Use a mild cycle and space the glass cups out in the dishwasher to avoid damage. A vinegar solution can be used to remove foggy residue or stains. For dark stains, immerse your glass cups in bleach and water or gently scrub them with regular toothpaste. The following are the important points:
1. Giving glass cups a basic clean.
2. Getting rid of cloudy residue.
3. Removing dark stains.
l Hand-clean your glass cups. Fill your kitchen sink with warm water, about a third to halfway full, and a few drops of dishwashing liquid. Wash your glass cups inside and out with a clean sponge. Rinse the dish well. Excess dish soap can cause streaks and residue, so don't use more than a few drops.
l Allow the glass cups to air dry. To dry, place clean glass cups on a dish or a clean towel. Place the glass cups in a downward position, with the rim on the bottom. Avoid using a cloth to dry your glass cups because it will create a residue.
l The dishwasher is being used. Dishwashers are less effective than hand cleaning at keeping glasses clean and cloud-free. There are techniques to improve the results if you prefer to use a dishwasher anyway. Choose a delicate cycle for more delicate glass cups (such as wine glass cups). To avoid clinking or scraping, provide as much space between glasses as feasible. Add 14 c (59 ml) of white vinegar to the machine's rinse glass cup to prevent residue from remaining on glasses after they've been through the dishwasher.
l To make a vinegar solution, combine all of the ingredients in a mixing bowl. Clean your glasses with vinegar if they are hazy or have white streaks. Combine white vinegar and warm water in a medium-sized mixing bowl. For every cup of water, use two tablespoons of vinegar. To remove hard water stains, you can alternatively dry with nail polish remover (acetone).
l Wipe the glass cups clean. A clean cloth should be dipped into the vinegar solution. Wipe the inside and outside of the glass cups with the cloth. To keep your glasses clean, re-moisten the towel as needed.
l Rinse the glasses thoroughly. White vinegar has a strong odour, it will decrease once it has dried. Rinse the glasses in cold water to remove the vinegar solution and speed up the process. The vinegar scent will dissipate faster if you rinse or wash the glass cups as you normally would with dish soap.
l Soak your glass cups in water. Soak your glasses in a solution of equal parts white vinegar and warm water if you have a lot of glasses to clean or if the foggy deposits on your glass cups are tough to remove. Fill a bowl halfway with vinegar and water, add your glasses, and set aside for twenty minutes. After soaking the glasses, rinse them with cold water and air dry them. If the foggy deposits do not disappear after cleaning, your glass cups may have been engraved. If your water is soft, useless dishwasher detergent and avoids drying the glasses on high heat.
l Make a bleach soak for your clothes. Soak your drinking glasses in a bleach solution if they contain heavy stains (coffee, lipstick, etc.). To a gallon of warm water, add one tablespoon of chlorine bleach. While cleaning, wear rubber gloves and keep your clothing away from the bleach.
l Soak your glass cups in water. Place your drinking glasses in the bleach solution very gently. Allow for thirty minutes of soak time. Remove the glasses and rinse them in cold water.
l Using baking soda, scrub the glasses. Sprinkle the glass cups with baking soda if any stains remain after soaking. Scrub the glasses lightly with a clean sponge. Rinse them completely and air dries them.
l Make use of toothpaste. Use plain white toothpaste to remove dark stains as an alternative (i.e. toothpaste that does not contain gels, breath freshening ingredients, or other additives). Gently smear the toothpaste all over the inside and outside of the glass cups with a clean, soft-bristled toothbrush. Rinse well with warm water and allow to air dry.
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