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Three simple Steps On How To Clean Glass Trophies

Custom Designed Crystal Glass Trophies

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Glass is a special material that is used to make various objects. These can anything from glass figurines to glass trophies. It is important to keep your glass trophy looking clean and shiny. In this article, you will learn three simple steps to maintain your beautiful glass trophy. You will now be proud to show it off now once it has been placed in your cabinet.


  • Micro-fibre cloth
  • Ammonia free mild glass cleaner
  • Soft cloth
  • Blow dryer
  • Soft toothbrush
  • Make-up brush
  • Water
  • Plastic tube
  • 1 cup of glass cleaner
  • Towel
  • Cotton swabs
  • White vinegar
  • Newspaper



  1. Remove the dust that has collected on the glass trophy with the blow dryer. Make sure you place the blow dryer on a cool setting. Use the soft toothbrush or make-up brush to remove the dust that is around the curved area.
  1.  Dip the newspaper in the solution of with one parts glass cleaner and 3 parts white vinegar. Carefully wipe your glass trophy with the newspaper. Repeat where necessary and wipe the rest down with the soft micro-fibre cloth.
  1. Fill in plastic tube with lukewarm water. Add 1 cup of the glass cleaner. Slowly clean the trophies to avoid scratching the trophy. Then dip the cloth in plain lukewarm water and wipe down the trophy again. Once this is done, place the trophy carefully down on a dry towel to dry. For further cleaning, use a cotton swap in the small corners