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Care & Cleaning

How to Keep Your Cabinet and Decorative Glass Looking its Best

Installing cabinet glass is a great way to enhance the décor of your kitchen, dining room or bar. And with the selection of cabinet glass available and Kitchen Cabinet Glass, it’s easy to custom order the decorative glass that reflects your very own personal taste. Installing decorative glass from Kitchen Cabinet Glass means that you’re adding something special to your interior. And while caring for cabinet glass is easy, it’s important that you make sure you correctly clean your decorative glass frequently and properly. By following these steps, you’ll be able to ensure that your cabinet glass looks great for years to come.

1.  Keep the wood framework clean and pristine with regular dusting. Once or twice a week will ensure that your wood framework and cabinet glass stays looking like new.

2.  For best results when polishing your decorative glass, use a solution of one cup of olive oil and a ¼ cup of lemon juice. Shake the ingredients vigorously in a closed jar. Then pour the solution into a bowl. Dip a soft cloth and rub the solution along the wood framework. Do this every two months, and the wood on your decorative glass cabinets will retain a healthy, vibrant glow.

3. For the actual cabinet glass, use a solution of ¼ cup of vinegar and 2 cups of water. Empty the solution into a spray bottle and shake. Spray the solution onto a soft cloth and apply to the cabinet glass in broad strokes. In order to prevent streaking, you’ll want to avoid spraying the solution directly. This will also help prevent you from spraying the solution on the wood, which can lead to discoloration.

4. Once a month, remove all items from your decorative glass cabinets and dust the shelves. Dusting the cabinet glass plates and decorative glass easels will keep your cabinets gleaming. You can easily clean the interior of the cabinet glass walls by applying the same solution of vinegar and water that you used on the decorative glass exterior. Then, as the solution dries, take a step back and look for any streaks or spots on the decorative glass parts. If the cabinet glass and doors look spotless, then you can re-install the shelves and items, and you’re decorative cabinet glass doors will look great.