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How to Care Your Glass Display Cabinet

A glass display cabinet is a perfect structure for showing off your merchandise, trophies, and other collections. They serve as unique displays that can enhance the best features off your inventory. These display cabinets are usually made with glass, and can be purchased by a museum operator, or a storeowner. However, you must take good care of your glass display cabinet to ensure that everything that is stored there is in great form. The first step includes having to clean the cabinet at least once a week to get rid of the dust that may build up on the surface. Failure to do so will make the cabinet look foggy and one cannot look through to scrutinize and view what is inside.

A glass display cabinet may have some wooden frames, and you therefore ought to clean the polish regularly. To clean this, mix some lemon juice and olive oil, and then rub it on the wooden surface using a soft cloth. This efficiently removes any dirt on the cabinet, and leaves the cabinet looking like its new. Another part that you must clean well and regularly is the exteriors. The glass part of the cabinet can be cleaned daily by spraying vinegar on a dusting cloth, and then sprinkle some water to clean the glass. This removes any stubborn dirt on the cabinet, including any spots that may have gathered there.

However, each time you are cleaning your glass display cabinet, you must always remember to empty all the merchandise therein, so that you can clean all parts of the cabinet thoroughly. Although this may take your time, it is good since it helps you to clean all corners of the cabinet, and besides, ensures that all your wares and merchandise are in a clean environment. A clean cabinet will attract the attention of shoppers or visitors at the first glance.

   2014/3/11
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