How To Clean Glass Splashbacks

Boasting a stunning shine and eye-catching colour, glass splashbacks can be a stand-out feature in any kitchen. They’re brilliant at reflecting light around the room and help to give the impression of greater space. Both hygienic and aesthetically pleasing, they are a must-have for any modern, elegant home.

Having invested in a high-quality glass splashback, you’ll want to keep it looking impeccable for years to come. To do this will require time and a little bit of elbow grease. Failure to keep your glass sparkling clean will eventually result in it losing its distinctive sheen. Dull glass doesn’t make quite the same impact. Read below to learn how to clean glass splashbacks as thoroughly as possible.

To get the best possible results with the least amount of effort, ensure that your glass splashbacks are cleaned on a regular basis. Otherwise, the grime and grease will just begin to build up in a rather unattractive manner. The more dirt there is, the tougher the cleaning job and the less enthusiastic about it you’ll feel. Build the glass splashbacks into your regular kitchen cleaning schedule, preferably once a week. If you clean up a spill or splash as soon as it happens, you’ll make your life a lot easier in the long run.

How To Clean Glass Splashbacks: The Equipment

When cleaning your glass splashback, try and ensure that you use a glass specific cleaning product to achieve the best results. Check online reviews if you’re unsure about which one to try. There are however alternatives. White vinegar has long been lauded for its brilliance at cutting through greasy marks and wiping away sticky fingerprints. For easier application, simply move the vinegar into a spray bottle. For an even simpler method, just mix together some warm water and a mild dishwashing detergent.

Whichever solution you plump for, make sure that you use a soft cloth rather than anything with an abrasive surface. With any abrasive, you run the risk of scratching the glass and ruining the overall high sheen impact. Instead, just allow your chosen solution to sit for several minutes on any of the more stubborn stains. To help achieve a higher quality finish we recommend using two separate cloths. Use the first to clean the glass splashback with the solution and the second to dry, polish and remove any streaks. The latter should be lint-free.

Follow these tips on how to clean glass splashbacks and you’ll achieve that flawless finish!

Glass and Stainless can supply you with the highest quality glass splashbacks in a wide variety of colours, shapes or styles. Contact us today to learn more about how they could be utilised in your home.