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Glass

Formed from sand heated with chemicals, glass is a hard, brittle substance that’s usually transparent.

Coffee & Espresso Makers

Common Problems: Espresso stains and grounds get stuck in hard-to-reach places, remove all buildup for the best brewing.

How to Clean: Run vinegar through a long, full brew cycle. If it is a stovetop brewer, soak vinegar and hot water overnight. Hand wash with Dish Detergent and a Dish Brush; rinse well and wipe dry.

Don't slack, the more often the maker is cleaned the better the espresso will taste. Rinse well and flush the vinegar completely, if not your espresso may taste of vinegar or even worse....soap!

Bake ware

Common Problems: Food Mess, Grease

How to Clean: Remove and discard any loose debris. Wash with Dish Detergent using a Dish Brush and hot water after each use; then rinse and wipe dry with a clean cloth.

For burned surfaces soak in All Purpose Bleach Alternative and hot water scrub with the Copper Cloth. Do not use the Copper Cloth on Teflon.

Due to environmental concerns, the EPA has required that detergent manufacturers remove phosphorous, the key ingredient, from their formulations. These grocery brand detergents do not incorporate the expensive, environmental enzymes needed to clean thoroughly--as a result residue and spotting is left behind.

Cutting Boards

Common Problems: General Cleaning, Food Mess, Odors

How to Clean: Wash with hot water rubbing the Kitchen Soap Bar across the entire surface to remove bacteria, odor and stains. Rinse with hot water to remove excess soap. Air-dry or pat dry with clean cloth. Plastic or glass boards can be washed in the dishwasher.

Wooden cutting boards cannot be put in the dishwasher as they will crack and weaken.

Dishes

Common Problems: General Cleaning, Food Mess, Soap Residue

How to Clean: When hand washing, protect items with a rubber basin.

Remove and discard any loose debris. Wash with the Linen Knit Dish Cloth, Dish Detergent and hot water; then rinse and wipe dry with a clean cloth. Drying with a cloth will prevent water marks.

The dishwasher is most effective; always remove heavy food and loose debris prior to running the cycle.

Due to environmental concerns, the EPA has required that detergent manufacturers remove phosphorous, the key ingredient, from their formulations. These grocery brand detergents do not incorporate the expensive, environmental enzymes needed to clean thoroughly--as a result residue and spotting is left behind.

Glassware

Common Problems: Spotting, Soap Residue

How to Clean: When hand washing, protect items with a rubber basin.

Wash with the Dish Detergent, Glass and Crystal Cleaning Brush and hot water; then rinse and wipe dry with a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths. Drying with a cloth will prevent water marks.

Spotting: To remove residue and spotting, run a long, hot water cycle with just the glassware. Repeat this cycle, adding the All Purpose Bleach Alternative directly into the machine and Scented Vinegar in the rinse aid dispenser. Once you are satisfied, run a final cycle with the Dish Detergent.

Due to environmental concerns, the EPA has required that detergent manufacturers remove phosphorous, the key ingredient, from their formulations. These grocery brand detergents do not incorporate the expensive, environmental enzymes needed to clean thoroughly--as a result residue and spotting is left behind.

Mirrors

Common Problems: Streaking and Fingerprints

How to Clean: To remove fingerprints and streaking spray the surface with Glass & Mirror Cleaner and wipe using a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths.

Some glass cleaners contain wax which leaves a residue behind. Until the wax is removed, it will constantly smear.

Shower Doors

Common Problems: Hard-water Stains, Soap Scum

How to Clean: For tough stains, mix 1-2 capfuls of All Purpose Cleaning Concentrate with water in a bucket. Scrub lightly and rinse well.

For everyday cleaning, spray with Glass & Mirror Cleaner to remove fingerprints and streaking. Wipe dry with a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths.

Excess remover or cleaner will leave areas very slippery, rinse thoroughly. Steel wool brushes and pads can be damaging. Avoid using ammonia and harsh toxic cleaners.

Window Glass

Common Problems: Streaking, Dirt, Fingerprints

How to Clean: Wash frames and screens first. Spray with Glass & Mirror Cleaner and wipe using horizontal strokes on one side and vertical strokes on the other. Polish with newspaper for a dirt-resistant finish.

When washing windows, do so on a cloudy day, sunlight will dry them too quickly and cause streaking.

Some glass cleaners contain wax which leaves a residue behind. Until the wax is removed, it will constantly smear.