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How Should You Care for Champagne and Wine Glasses You Bought From Us?

Copper, Silver, Rose, and Gold Champagne Glasses

You have purchased that very nice looking Glaze & Vase champagne/wine glass. However, you are confused about how to clean and maintain it afterwards. This caring guide for champagne and wine glasses will help you with just that.

Our glasses are PVD coated. One of the most durable yet functional coatings in the world. It does not take off like the paints or other coatings. But you still must be careful if you want to keep that shiny, bright and clean look of your glasses as first day.

How to Clean Your Glasses:

  1. Clean Gently: Always use a soft, lint-free cloth or sponge to clean the glassware. Avoid using abrasive sponges or steel wool as they can scratch and damage your glasses.

  2. Avoid Harsh Chemicals: PVD coating is not good with some chemicals. When cleaning, use mild soap and water. Harsh chemicals or detergents can degrade the coating or cause discoloration.

  3. Hand Wash Recommended: While some PVD coated items may be dishwasher safe, it's generally recommended to hand wash them. The high temperatures and strong detergents in a dishwasher might degrade the coating over time.

  4. Dry Immediately: After washing, dry the glassware immediately with a soft cloth to prevent water spots and staining. This also helps in retaining the luster of the PVD coating.

  5. Store Carefully: Store the glassware in a place where it won't be scratched or chipped. If stacking items, consider placing a soft cloth or napkin between them to avoid scratching.

  6. Avoid Microwaving: The coating contains metal elements, avoid using it in a microwave. This can damage both the microwave and the glassware.

  7. Make it Shine: Polish glasses before each use. Polishing glasses always makes them look shiny and new.

This is how can you take care of your glasses and use it for years as they are new. Contact us if you have a question.

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