Antique barware, vintage lighting, and wonderful picture frames all are just begging to go home with you as you begin the preparations for a long and cozy winter~
Let's talk a bit about caring for your vintage glass
Cleaning & Caring for Vintage Glass
- Use mild soap when washing old glassware, never use bleach.
- Line your sink with a towel when washing vintage glass, to avoid breakage.
- Wash glass items one at a time to avoid clanging, chips and cracks.
- Avoid lemon products as they can etch your glass.
- Clean larger pieces (such as punch bowls) on a flat surface like the countertop.
- Use LUKEWARM water only, and allow glass to come to room temperature before washing. Big changes in temperature can cause glass to crack.
- Use soft lint-free cloth, and let glassware air-dry if possible.
- NEVER wash your antique glassware in a dishwasher.
- Keep antique glassware out of direct sunlight and avoid extreme temperature changes during storage.