Bar & Tableware
THE GLASSES CLEANING
In order to prevent damage, glasses must be washed individually using warm water and a non-abrasive product*. We recommend using gentle care dishwasher tablets, which can also be used while washing by hand.
Tilt glass downwards and rinse under the faucet ending with the foot.
In the dishwasher
Set the dishwasher to the delicate cycle, with a maximum temperature of forty degrees. If the temperature is too high, a chemical reaction may occur that will dull the crystal, producing a milky color. We recommend using gentle care dishwasher tablets, which can also be used while washing by hand.
Separate and wedge the glasses so as to avoid them knocking together. Space the glasses far enough apart so that they cannot knock against each other.
Drying and wiping
Place the glasses on a towel or on an absorbent kitchen paper to drain, or wipe delicately while keeping the thumb outside of the body and holding the glass by the stem to minimize pressure.
Always use a lint-free fine cotton towel or a linen towel. Always put the glasses back in their boxes or stand them upright, without touching each other.
It is best not to leave wine in the decanters and to rinse them immediately after use. Decanters must be washed in warm water with a soft sponge and no detergent*. We recommend using gentle care dishwasher tablets, which can also be used while washing by hand.
Decanters should always be tidied away without a cap so as to allow for airing.
VASES & BOWLS
Better be safe than sorry!
In the long run, hard water can damage the crystal and leave a water line on the upper part of the vase.
If there is no mineral water available, it is recommended to change the water level daily when changing the water.
If your vase is heavy and bulky, and thus difficult to move, we suggest to not filling up the vase completely but to add water or even ice cubes on a daily basis.
Clean them with a soft cloth.
Anti-static detergents help to protect the items from dust