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Glass coffee table

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TrendyNannie6 Sun 02-Feb-20 15:59:51

What do you use to clean glass , I’ve tried lots of different glass cleaners most leave smears, so would really love to know. I bought quite expensive glass cleaner to clean my mirrors with , it was good, but the smell was overpowering so that’s out of the window so to speak

kittylester Sun 02-Feb-20 16:06:31

I use a touch of window spray (mr muscle currently) and then polish off with a micro fibre glass cloth.

ladymuck Sun 02-Feb-20 16:10:43

I use an 'e-cloth'. Wipe with a damp cloth, then polish with the e-cloth. Quick, no smears and no chemicals!

TrendyNannie6 Sun 02-Feb-20 16:12:47

I don’t think I’ve used mr muscle yes I polish off with a micro fibre glass cloth, you have got me thinking maybe I’m doing too many sprays lol

Framilode Sun 02-Feb-20 16:13:09

Try a used tea bag and then polish off with an e cloth. Great for stainless steel as well.

Jessity Sun 02-Feb-20 16:13:23

A friend recommended Nilglas, she raved about it, I was sceptical.

Not any more, it works, really properly works without all the faff of smears.

TrendyNannie6 Sun 02-Feb-20 16:14:01

I must admit I do hate the chemical smells, ladymuck

TrendyNannie6 Sun 02-Feb-20 16:16:07

Wow framilode that sounds good, there again I’ve got a stainless steel spray it smells awful, I’m going to have to try this thankyou

BlueSapphire Sun 02-Feb-20 16:25:31

Spray with water, clean with a microfibre cloth, then use an E-polishing cloth . John Lewis used to sell them together in a pack.

Missfoodlove Sun 02-Feb-20 16:35:16

White vinegar diluted.
Sprays such as Mr Muscle etc leave a residue that eventually just smears.
Wash off all trace of cleaners with hot soapy water.
Now just use vinegar and water in a spray or an e cloth.

dragonfly46 Sun 02-Feb-20 16:51:59

I use eco glass cleaner with a micro fibre cloth.

JuliaM Sun 02-Feb-20 16:58:52

I use Mr Sheen multisurface cleaner, the one in the Red can, not their furniture polish. Good for all glass surfaces including mirrors, no smears, and only £1 a can from Goodwins stores.

Kalu Sun 02-Feb-20 17:08:05

I use warm water, damp micro, glass cleaner cloth and dry off with kitchen roll. Perfect results.

NanTheWiser Sun 02-Feb-20 18:04:38

Another white vinegar user here, polished with an e-cloth for glass. Smells a bit initially, but soon disappears, and streak-free glass.