You will need
  • - 9% vinegar;
  • rice grain or coarse sand;
  • - ammonia;
  • - baking soda;
  • - "White"
  • dry mustard powder;
  • - soft sponge;
  • - special rinse aid for the dishwasher
To wash glass dishes so that it left ugly streaks will help ordinary 9% vinegar. Pour into a small container for washing dishes, a little warm water and add a tablespoon of vinegar. A good alternative would be salt.
To clean the inside or covered with a greenish white patina glass carafe, pour in warm water. Add a tablespoon of vinegar and leave for a couple of hours. After that, pour in a carafe of a handful of rice grains or coarse sand. Shake well and rinse with warm water. If plaque is not washable, use a solution of ammonia or baking soda with the addition of crushed eggshell. In addition, you can add a tablespoon of "White". After use, the carafe should be thoroughly rinsed, preferably several times.
Pour into a small bowl of hot water and dissolve in it a tablespoon of dry mustard powder. Use a soft sponge to carefully scrub the dishes and then rinse it clean with warm water. At the end wash the dishes wipe is not necessary, better to put it bluntly, to all the water glass. You can also use a special dryer, which can be purchased at any hardware store.
If you use a dishwasher, you sometimes may notice glassware limescale. To get rid of it, use a special rinse. It greatly facilitates the drainage of water from the dishes during drying in a steam-filled chamber. Or fill a plastic bowl colorless vinegar and place in the glasses for 15 minutes. After that, well rinse them under the tap and dry naturally.