Welcome to my blog. Let me introduce myself. My name is Benjamin. I am married to an amazing woman, Pam, and we have two daughters, Sammy and Justine. I am a visual artist who has occasionally worked with stained glass. That has given me an appreciation for other types of glass, and in this blog, I plan to write about buying glass, owning it, cleaning it repairing it and more. If you have any questions about glass, I invite you to explore this blog, and I thank you for reading. If you enjoy my posts, I invite you to share them. enjoy.
25 April 2016
Glass items in the home are very delicate, and their durability is affected by many different factors. Careful handling at all times is necessary if you're going to maintain them in spick-and-span condition. The fragility of glass items depends on the composition of the glass itself, but it's always better to handle all glass items in the home as though they were extremely fragile. 1. Maintenance Do not clean valuable antique/historic glassware in the dishwasher because the high temperature and water pressure as well as harsh detergents could attack the surface, making it permanently milky or cloudy.