How to clean cloudy dishes and how to regain their glow

Cups, plates and containers made of glass you use in the kitchen no longer shine as before? The glasses can catch a cloudy film due to limestone deposits, plates and other glass bowls can become greasy because of kitchen’s fat vapors and heat resistant dishes have stains from the food you cook in the oven. Here are some tips for your dishes to be clean as new.

Clean glasses with vinegar
While glasses, which were bright once, catch a cloudy film because limestone stays in water. In order to regain their glow, clean them with vinegar. Put vinegar in each cup, then pour hot water. Wait half an hour for the solution to take effect, then wash using a sponge.
Attention! Don’t use very abrasive sponge that will scratch the glass. Rinse well using cold water.

Wash heat resistant dishes with baking soda
In heat resistant dishes we cook food in the oven. Over time, glass is stained with burned dirty spots that are very difficult to remove, but not impossible.
First, immerse the pot in hot water and wait half an hour for burn stains to soak. Then apply a paste of baking soda and vinegar. Rub dirty areas with this paste using a kitchen sponge.

Plates turn white if you boil them in milk
If you want to refresh the white color of your plates and you want to mask any scratches or cracks, you should use milk with confidence. Boil plates in a liter of milk, and then put them out the fire. Leave the dishes in milk until it cools. Then rinse them with warm water.

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