Cleaning drinking glasses.?!

Question: Cleaning drinking glasses!.!?
I was given some pretty drinking glasses but they are a pain to clean because of the way they were designed!. I love to drink tea but over time the glasses have become stained!. I tried filling them with water and then adding a little bleach to the water and letting them soak!. Was this a bad idea!? Thanks in advance for all answers!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Bleach is just fine, if you don't want to use it because of the smell, you can use white vinegar as well!. Soak in hot water with vinegar and then rinse under high pressure water!. (like the sprayer on your sink)Www@FoodAQ@Com

My mom has fancy glasses that she drink beer, tea, and liquor from!. She lets them soak in HOT water, bleach and Dawn soap!. (You can use lime-a-away but you have to be careful and use a small amount on a sponge) It wasn't a bad idea at all you just need to wipe them and let them soak!. Check up on them every once in a while!. Use cloth and a sponge!.

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Bleach is not a good idea, as leftover bleach may end up in your system through drinking!.!.!.

There's a safe cleaner that is used to clean coffee makers, not sure of the name, but shouldn't be too hard to find!.!.!.


Bleach is used to clean and disinfect but I have never had a glass stain from tea!. I only have problems with mugs!. If you were going to ruin the glass by bleaching it like you said you did you would see it now!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

bleach + water is good but make sure it is boiling water and leave it to soak for ages
if its really hard to reach the bottom, try a chopstick with a little bit of cloth to clean any awkward bits!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Try some arm and hammer baking soda and warm water and of course a dish towel!.
Not too abrasive but strong enough to get the job done!. also if they are cloudy try warm vinegar and water as a soak!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

no bleach is a common disinfectant used to rinse dishes inWww@FoodAQ@Com

no bleach is fine it wont hurt you!. You want to try lemons to clean them it works really well!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

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