Removing burn stains from glass oil cups

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    RichardM
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    Any tips?

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    It’s probably easier to get a new set, every 2 years.

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    Takes2-2tango
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    Try soaking in baking soda/ water mix. Let sit over night

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    jakob
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    Put your oil glasses in a large washing cup filled with water and let it sit in the water for a few hours and then take them out and hard wipe each one until their dry and ready to be put away

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    Joseph
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    Each glass costs 50 cents?

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    jakob
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    Get a FULL set of glasses new for less then 50 cents each

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    Daniel45
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    A little bit of dishwashing soap like Gila and light steel wool and warm water will do the trick

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    RichardM
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    I’m surprised so many of you are suggesting they simply be discarded because they’re cheap. פחים קטנים and all that …

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    Redneck
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    They say fight fire with fire so add some burn stains and maybe they’ll all go away

    #1639629

    ChadGadya
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    What kind of wick/supports do you use? I use the metal tubes with a base that keep the wick in the center of the glass and have never had problems with burn stains at all. Also, don’t put a layer of water under the oil as the sputtering also causes stains. And floating wicks especially are a recipe for disaster.

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