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Beautiful glass tables can lighten up any area..

within your home, and this includes the dining room, the living room, and even the bedroom. You might even consider buying a glass table for evenings spent relaxing on your patio. Regardless of the area in which you put your table, you should always make sure that it is in great condition by cleaning it occasionally, and to do this, you can follow a variety of glass table cleaning tips to keep your table in tip-top shape.


 

How to Clean a Glass Table

Keeping a glass table clean ensures that the glass stays shiny and free of dirt and debris. It is advisable to clean a glass table approximately once a week using a few simple steps, and keeping a glass tabletop clean requires distilled water, a squirt bottle, a microfiber cloth, vinegar, and newspaper.

Step 1

The first step in cleaning a glass table is clearing the top of any items. You can set them aside while cleaning and then replace them after you finish.

Step 2

Using a microfiber cloth, make sure to remove any dust or other non-sticky spills, such as salt, saving the stickier spills for the next step.

Step 3

Next, spray water onto the table using a spray bottle. Plain hot water works best because it leaves no streaks.

Step 4

Using a dry, clean microfiber cloth, wipe the glass tabletop down, cleaning up any sticky spills as you go. Repeat step 3 and 4 if needed to get the table clean of all spills, dirt, and debris.

Step 5

To finish, use straight vinegar to clean up any stubborn stains or spills. Then, use a clean, dry microfiber cloth to clean the vinegar away.

Step 6

As a final step, you can use a piece of crumpled newspaper to give your table an added sparkle. This removes any fluff and makes the glass shine.


 

Glass Table Cleaning Tips

Cleaning a glass table requires more than a little water and a clean cloth to have it looking perfect, and by following some basic tips, you can have your glass table looking immaculate in no time.

Tip 1

You can use a commercial glass-cleaning razor blade to clean up any gunk. While most spills typically clean up easily, harder-to-remove spots require a little extra effort, and the sharp edge of the razor makes short work of any tough to remove areas and spots.

Tip 2

Distilled water makes the best everyday cleaner for glass tabletops. Typically, the water in your home proves ill suited for cleaning surfaces due to such things as the mineral content in your water, and hard water in particular leaves streaks behind on glass. Using distilled water eliminates this problem, as it is free of minerals.

Tip 3

When using a cleaner such as vinegar, make sure to use it in its undiluted form. Doing so helps you to clean your glass tabletops while leaving no unsightly streaks.

Tip 4

Instead of using paper towels, opt for a lint-free microfiber cloth with which to clean your table. If you decide to use newspaper, make sure to wear gloves since the inky residue on the paper typically transfers to your hands, especially if the newspaper gets wet.

Tip 5

You should try to avoid using soap and water as suds tend to leave streaks. If you want to add soap to your cleaning solution, make sure to go light with it.

Tip 6

To truly add a sparkle to your glass table, you can buff it with a microfiber or chamois cloth to bring out a table’s shine. After you give your glass table a good cleaning, follow up once a week with a maintenance regimen and use regular water for the rest of the week to clean up any spills.

Tip 7

It is advisable to clean both sides of the glass when cleaning a glass table. Most glass tables allow you to remove the glass for cleaning, but remember to take care when doing so to avoid breaking it.

Tip 8

If you are using a chemical cleaner, take care not to get the cleaner on any of the surrounding wood. Remove the glass prior to cleaning if possible, and then clean any wood on the table using furniture polish.

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