Bill Buitenhuys wrote:Both of your cartoon avatars actually look like you!
Ya, that's me on a bad hairball day.
Bill Buitenhuys wrote:I leave mine on the counter overnight hoping for the Crystal Faeries to come wash them. Then I do them by hand the next day. A bit of soap on the outside with a very wet sponge and a very hot water rinse.
Just as interesting is wondering how others dry their stems. I tried drip drying but it always leaves big water marks on the bowl and a water mark buildup around the rim (which makes them look like I didnt wash them). Now I use a couple of chamois cloths to take most of the water off but I'm so concerned about breakage when I dry them.
I use very hot water in the rinsing process, followed by inverting the glass on a stable draining rack the best method, Bill.
Robin Garr wrote:Both of your cartoon avatars actually look like you! At least as much as is possible in the 64x64 format. Are they custom-made, or did you just find cartoons that sort of fit?
David Lole wrote:I use very hot water in the rinsing process, followed by inverting the glass on a stable draining rack the best method.
Does anyone have/know of a better method?
Bob Ross wrote:Deleted
Stemless, now our glasses of choice for almost all purposes, go upside down on the top rack each held by a cup on either side. Again, perfectly clean, dry and no etching.
Sue Courtney wrote:Neil Courtney wrote:So, how do you wash your wine glasses?
I leave them on the bench for you to wash.
Neil Courtney wrote:I have heard some people say that washing your crystal glasses in a dish washer eventually leads to the glass being damaged, perhaps etched by the wash powder.
So, how do you wash your wine glasses?
Roy Hersh wrote:I also had an issue with the liquid detergents and have had a much better time without any chemical residue or stench by using powder.
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