Say Goodbye to White Spots on Your Glass Table

A squeaky-clean glass table in your drawing room or dining area is one of the easiest ways to add a dash of elegance to your home décor. Follow these steps to clean your glass tables effortlessly.


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A sparkling clean glass table can instantly make your home more inviting. It is therefore important to employ the right technique to clean your glass surfaces. In most households, this usually involves wiping the table with a moist cloth. However, this does more harm than good. The cloth leaves behind tiny, white spots all over the surface, mostly due to lint, consequently hampering your cleaning efforts.     

There are many effective glass cleaning solutions available in the market that you can try. But, if you are looking for an eco-friendly and economic solution to clean your glass tables, simply follow the steps below. 

Step 1: Dust the Table

The first step to a spotless table is getting rid of dust. Remove table mats, vases or any objects from the table before dusting it with a clean, dry cloth. You can use a microfibre cloth to get the best results.       

Step 2: Make a Cleaning Solution

Next, head to the kitchen and pour 1 cup of vinegar into a bowl of water. Mix the solution well.

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Step 3: Spray the Solution

Pour the solution into a spray bottle and apply it on the table. Let it sit for 5 minutes. This will help is removing white spots and other stains from the glass table.

Step 4: Wipe Off with a Moist Cloth

Now, take lukewarm water in a bowl, moisten a microfibre cloth and wipe the glass surface to get rid of any marks and white spots.  

Step 5: Wipe it Dry

Finally, take a clean, dry microfibre cloth and wipe your glass table. 

There you go! Follow this step-by-step method and your glass table will shine like new.  

Key Step:

Avoid using a rag to clean the glass table as small particles of dust trapped between the cloth fibre can scratch the glass surface and mar it’s look. A microfibre cloth is ideal for cleaning glass surfaces.

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