If you have a glazed door or you are thinking about buying one then you may be concerned about cleaning the glass panels. I have a glazed door in the living room and I find that after cleaning the glass panels, they seem clean and then I look at the panels from a different angle and see little marks and streaks. So I thought I would take a look for some tips on cleaning glass panels so maybe I can learn a thing or two and share them here on the Doorsan blog with you.
The experts suggest that you should start cleaning from top to bottom. This is to avoid drips on the areas you have already cleaned. Also you should avoid spraying too much cleaning product onto the glass as this will make the task of cleaning it more difficult. Using small quantities in small sections is generally the best way to go.
If you have an issue with residue build up in the corners of the glass panels then cotton buds are perfect for cleaning these hard to get to areas.
To avoid lint residue, you will need to steer clear of cloths like kitchen roll or tissues. An old t-shirt is a useful tool for cleaning your glass and this should help you get a clear and clean finish.
Some of the cleaning products that we typically use for cleaning glass can be damaging to framed wood areas. Always check the product you are using to avoid damaging the woodwork.
Some people recommend using newspaper to polish glass surfaces. This can work well however you are likely to end up with black newsprint on your hands and I would worry about the newsprint leaking out onto the white or wooden frame, which will then require further cleaning.
At Doorsan we sell a wide range of glazed doors and we hope that you can keep them looking fresh and new with these tips on cleaning glass.