Ways to care and maintain glass furnishing products



Glass plays a role in embellishing the accessories in the home. Although the home furnishing products made of glass are beautiful, they must be carefully taken care of. Now I will share with you the tips of maintenance for glass home furnishing products:


1. When using glass home furnishings products, place them in a relatively fixed place, and don't push them back and forth at will. When placing things, handle them with care and avoid knocks. When moving, it is best to push the bottom to move.


2. When wiping the dirt on the surface, you can use organic solvents such as gasoline or alcohol. In case of stains, you can wipe it off with a towel dipped in beer or warm vinegar. It is best to use glass cleaners currently on the market. Never use hard objects to scrape. The surface of the glass is easy to frost in winter, so it can be wiped with white wine, and the effect is very good.


3. It is best to place the product in a relatively fixed place at home, and do not move back and forth randomly; to place objects steadily, heavy objects should be placed at the bottom of the home glass to prevent the home’s center of gravity from being unstable and causing tipping. Avoid wetting, keep away from stoves, and keep away from brewing, inkstone and other chemical reagents to avoid corrosion.


4. When transporting the product, the casters on the bottom support should be fixed to avoid sliding damage. When transferring, stick to a steady and skewed point of view.


5. Do not arbitrarily remove the related parts such as the combined buckle rubber straps on the product.


6. Do not hit the glass surface forcefully at ordinary times. To prevent scratches on the glass surface, it is best to lay a tablecloth.


7. Once the patterned glass is dirty, you can use a toothbrush dipped in detergent and wipe it in circular motions along the pattern to remove it. In addition, you can also drop some kerosene on the glass or use chalk dust and gypsum powder to moisten the glass and dry it, then wipe it with a clean cloth or cotton, so that the glass is clean and bright.


8. In addition, avoid dampness, keep away from the stove, and isolate it from acid, alkali and other chemical reagents to prevent corrosion and deterioration.


The use of plastic wrap and a damp cloth sprayed with detergent can also "regenerate" the glass that is often stained with oil. First of all, spray the glass with cleaning agent, and then paste the plastic wrap to soften the solidified oil stains. After ten minutes, tear off the plastic wrap and wipe with a damp cloth. The editor believes that if there are handwritings on the glass, rub it with a rubber soak in water and then wipe it with a damp cloth; if there is paint on the glass, wipe it with cotton dipped in hot vinegar; wipe the glass with a clean dry cloth dipped in alcohol to make it as bright as crystal.