you need
  • - soft tissue,
  • - pelvis,
  • - water,
  • - starch,
  • - blue,
  • - coarse salt,
  • - vinegar,
  • - detergent,
  • - paper napkins.
To start, prepare a small bowl with warm soapy water, you can also use dishwashing detergent, but make sure it is smooth and uniform in composition.Take the right hand a new cloth, preferably cotton, and gently, lightly spray being explored every detail of cut glass clockwise.
Then set aside treated dishes aside and pour the water from the basin.Fill it with fresh cold water and wash with soap crystal.After that, take a soft, dry cloth and wipe off the excess water from the dishes.
If your product has the elements of drawing and gilding, use lukewarm water.Then rinse the crystal in a solution of methylene blue and dry linen cloth.
There is another way to clean crystal.Take a cloth, pour on it a little coarse salt, add a little water and gently wipe.After that, take 3 tablespoons of vinegar and dissolve in 3 liters of water, then briefly dip made of crystal in the resulting solution - it will give them a shine, then rinse with warm water and wipe with a dry cloth.
You can also give the dish a unique luster.To do this, you need a soft cloth, which you can buy in the store (a special cloth to dust as you approach).Take a cloth and lightly moisten it with alcohol, then wipe the dishes .Alcohol wear off, there will be no odor, and you can admire the dazzling brilliance of crystal.
In the last step for the care of crystal take a paper towel and wipe the product.Also, once in two months following the procedure of puncture - Take 2 tablespoons of starch and the same blueprints, carefully move and treat crystal ware resulting mixture.Leave for 5 minutes, then wipe dry with a soft cloth.