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- Will Smith - 07-18-2004 12:00 PM

What should i use to wash my wine glasses?


- Thomas - 07-18-2004 01:48 PM

Soap and hot water.


- Cabernet Catie - 07-20-2004 12:05 PM

Soap and water is a good start, however try to steer clear of any soaps that have a heavy fragrance. Little or no fragrance detergents are the best. Sometimes those faux "ocean breezes" and "garden potpourri's" can interfere with the nose and taste of your wine.


- Kcwhippet - 07-20-2004 12:41 PM

We use Seventh Generation Free and Clear dishwashing liquid. It has no dyes, fragrances, phosphates or petroleum based cleaners. It works very well because it leaves no residues or scum on the glasses.


- winoweenie - 07-20-2004 02:28 PM

Now I know I'm going kapootie on this stupid diet. I'm seeing double. !!!WW


- Innkeeper - 07-20-2004 02:40 PM

One of our monitors other than moi, locked it on Tech and sent it here.


- Cabernet Catie - 08-04-2004 11:58 AM

I recently read that dishwashing soap, no matter fragrance free, is NOT the way to go when it comes to washing our wine glasses.

It was recommended to use a washing soda (not like baking soda because baking soda clumps). Of course, Arm & Hammer makes a washing soda, other brands are TipKing and Sal.


- Innkeeper - 08-04-2004 12:53 PM

KC. Where do you get the Seventh Generation Free and Clear?


- hotwine - 08-04-2004 03:15 PM

Will, I simply rinse Riedels in hot water and blot them dry with a paper towel. If they're stained, a teaspoon of OxiClean with the hot water works great. But be sure to blot them dry under any circumstances.


- Kcwhippet - 08-04-2004 08:46 PM

IK,

I get it at Whole Foods. They have a version for use in dishwashers, also.


- winoweenie - 08-05-2004 07:57 AM

Our new dishwasher has a cycle of some sort that CB uses that does a jam-up job of cleaning without breaking. Being completely technically deficient I don' know what it is. WW