Mega Glassware Cleaning in Evanston, IL., Wilmette, IL., and Winnetka, IL., can be done easily and quickly. After a big party, there always is lots and lots of glasses to wash and clean well. What large banquet companies do is really the best solution for Mega Glassware Cleaning in Evanston, IL., Wilmette, IL., and Winnetka, IL.
The best way for this Mega Glassware Cleaning in Evanston, IL., Wilmette, IL., and Winnetka, IL., is to fill your sink up with very hot water. Then add about 4 tablespoons of dish soap. If you have a double sink, this is the best. Fill the 2nd sink up with only hot water. If you do not have a double sink, use a large bucket and fill it with hot water. Use some rubber dish washing gloves and take each glass, individually, and, with the mouth opening going into the water first, plunge each glass into the soapy water, many times. Do this at least 5 times to get rid of all the fingerprints, lipstick, etc. around the mouth. Then, when it is clean, plunge the soapy glass into the clear, hot water several times. This system will allow you to rapidly sanitize and clean all of your mega glassware in Evanston, IL., Wilmette, IL., and Winnetka, IL.
If you have any delicate, cut crystal glassware, within your mega glassware in Evanston, IL., Wilmette, IL., and Winnetka, IL., put each glass into the soapy water on it’s side. As an added precaution against breaking, line the bottom of the sink with a soft, terry towel to protect your crystal. Don’t use a regular kitchen brush to clean out the etched surface of cut glass stemware. Use an electric razor brush instead. It’s firm, but it’s gentle bristles will get right into the etched cut glass and get any dirt residue out.