Cleaning Your Glass Splashbacks

Just like the rest of your kitchen, the Glass Splashback needs cleaning

September 1, 2020

With no grout lines and a smooth surface, Glass Splashbacks are easy to clean.

It’s always a good idea to regularly clean the area around any cook top in your kitchen, including the splashback.

Cooking fat can build up over time if the space is not cleaned.

Basic recommendations as to cleaning glass splashbacks include...

Using a micro-fibre cloth

Not cleaning glass if there is direct sunlight on it (the cleaning solution will dry out and can cause streak marks on the glass)

If you have a standard glass cleaner spray bottle, apply the solution from a distance in even areas of the glass. Don’t overdo it – the less wet the splashback is, is the less chance of the solution leaving streaks on the glass.

Use a solution of white vinegar and water if you don't have a standard glass cleaner.

When cleaning the glass splashbacks make sure you direct the cloth in the same direction as you work your way across the entire splashback. If you focus on one area of the glass you will clearly be able to see areas that haven’t been cleaned which makes for an untidy finish.

 

Just like cleaning other glass areas around the house like Showers and Mirrors, cleaning your Glass Splashbacks is something that should be done on a regular basis. Its not a complicated procedure and the tips above will hopefully help you make the kitchen Glass Splashback sparkle!

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