Most glasses can be washed in the dishwasher. But be extra careful when it comes to wine glasses. More expensive wine glasses made of crystal, handmade or wine glasses with edges of should always be hand washed.
Here are some tips when it comes to dish glassware in the dishwasher:
- Place the wine glass so that they do not touch each other or anything else in the dishwasher. This reduces the risk of breaking of edges and cracks on the wine glasses
- Run a program with relatively low temperatures
- You can also run a rinsing program after completing the dish program
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When washing in a zink, we have the following recommendations:
- Wash one glass at a time
- Start by removing stains from eg. lipstick using household paper
- Use warm water and a good detergent. Hot water is effective against grease stains such as fingerprints, lipsticks, etc.
- Rinse the glass after with cold water
- Place the glass on a dish rack to air dry
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WIPING OF GLASSWARE
By wiping the glasses after washing, you can remove lime stains and anything else that can destroy the customer's impressions. We recommend that you dry your glass after washing, either using a microfiber cloth or by using lint-free paper so that you do not repair the surface of the glass.
When you want to wrap wine, it's good to know that wine glasses are the weakest at two points: the bracket between the foot and the stalk and between the coup and the stalk. Therefore, to avoid breaking your wine glasses, do not keep your feet and cups at the same time.