The combination of dish soap, vinegar, and baking soda isn’t just for cleaning your shower. Life of Sugar and Spice found out it is an excellent solution to clean cloudy glasses. Although it takes a bit of soaking, you won’t have to scrub your glasses to get them shiny new. Follow the directions here to clean your glassware.
Sometimes vinegar will work for a bit, but the haze reappears despite all the best precautions. For stubborn glassware stains, Curbly recommends using toothpaste and a toothbrush. You don’t need to purchase expensive toothpaste, the inexpensive Dollar Store version works just fine.
Serious clouding requires a serious solution. The V Spot had previously used Barkeeper’s Friend scouring powder to restore her white plates. When she couldn’t get her glassware nice and clear, she though she’d give the scouring powder a try. She used a soft sponge and gently rubbed the glass until it was clear again.
It may be your glasses are nice and clear, but your glass bakeware is a disaster. Pyrex easily becomes crusted with brown edges from burnt-on grease. Even baking soda refuses to cut through the grime without serious scrubbing. Tasteful Space discovered the perfect solution — the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser.