What To Do If Your Drinking Glasses Never Get Clean

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It’s very frustrating to get in your closet to get a glass for a good refreshing drink just to see that it’s cloudy and needs a good wash. It’s especially annoying if you’ve already spent time cleaning it up, but it just won’t shine anymore. Here’s what you can do to make sure your glasses are always shiny and clean with minimal effort.

Clean the Dishwasher

It’s time to clean the dishwasher

If you find that your glasses come out of the dishwasher with little things, maybe it’s time to clean the dishwasher itself. Be sure to clean the filter approximately once it is mother. Soak it in a solution of half a cup of hot water and half a cup of vinegar. Once soaked, scrub the filter with detergent and wash thoroughly.

If you can’t wash, soak

We know that sometimes you’re in a hurry and you can’t wash the glass of smoothie before you have to go out the door. We understand this, so if you find yourself in a situation where you can’t wash it completely, be sure to at least soak it in water before leaving. Use warm soapy water to prevent debris from sticking to the glass, and it will be much easier to clean and keep your glasses clean.

If you can't wash, soak

If you can’t wash, soak

Hard water causes water stains

Water stains are caused by mineral deposits, which occur when you have hard water. You can use white vinegar to help you once again. Add a little to the dishwasher compartment on your dishwasher. If you are washing your hands, you can add a little vinegar to a kitchen cloth, clean the marks, and then wash the glass again with soap and water before drying it with a cloth sackcloth.

Wash unused glasses

We know this is frustrating, but it’s time to dump her and move on. Ideally, you should rinse every glass in your closet every two months. Use a tablespoon of vinegar in each glass before washing them by hand with hot soapy water or putting them in the dishwasher.

Wash unused glasses

Wash unused glasses

Slippery glasses mean too much detergent

If you find that when you wash dishes by hand, your glasses feel slippery and viscous, then you are using too much soap. All you need is a few drops of soap on the sponge. If you have used too much soap, you can spray the glasses with a little white vinegar to help break up the detergent.

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