Why you need to take care of your crystal wine glasses
Buying a set of crystal wine
glasses will set you back a bit. And this makes it even more important to take good care of them.
A crystal wine glass may enhance the wine you’re drinking from it, but if you don’t look after them well, they can look pretty shabby quite quickly.
Do you know that by letting a water spot dry on your crystal can stain it, forever? Never mind the unsightly mark a red wine could leave.
Even worse, a stained piece of crystal can ruin the taste of the wine you’re trying to enjoy.
So what’s the best way to look after your crystal wine glasses?
Your step-by-step guide to caring for your crystal wine glasses
The first thing you need to do is ensure you use a fragrance-free detergent, Madeline Puckette in Wine Folly explains. As crystal is so porous, as well as absorbing the aroma of the wine you’re drinking, it can absorb the smell of your detergent.
Also, if you don’t plan to clean your wine glasses until the morning after, make sure you fill them with water. This will stop the wine evaporating and leaving a stain on the glass.
Here’s how to clean your crystal wine glasses…
Clean each of your wine glasses by hand with a sponge and warm soapy water (in your fragrance-free detergent).
Hone in on areas that may have lipstick marks or fingerprints, like the rim and the bell part of the glass.
Rinse the glasses.
Sterilise each of your glasses in a bath of bleach and water. Mix 15ml of bleach to every four litres of water.
Dry each glass carefully with a glass towel. Make sure you polish out any remaining fingerprints and water spots from each glass so they don’t dry and blemish your gorgeous glasses.
By sticking to this guide, you can ensure your crystal wine glasses continue to look as perfect as the day you bought them.
So there you have it. How to keep your crystal wine glasses in pristine condition.
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