Glass vases guide - care and use

Glass vases can be a great way to display fresh flowers or other decorative items in your home. However, as with any household item, using glass vases requires a certain level of care and attention to ensure that they always remain in perfect condition. In this guide we will give you all the important information about using glass vases so that you can get the most out of them.

Care and application

Before using your glass vase for the first time, you should clean it thoroughly with warm, soapy water and dry it carefully to ensure that no particles of dirt or dust remain.

When using glass vases, you should be careful not to let them come into contact with liquids or objects that are too hot, as this can cause cracks or breakages. It is also important to protect glass vases from direct sunlight as sunlight can damage the glass.

If you plan to store flowers in your glass vase, you'll want to make sure the vase is large enough to hold the flowers without crowding them. Always use fresh water to keep the flowers in the vase and change the water regularly to prevent bacteria growth.


To keep your glass vase in good condition, you should clean it regularly. An easy way to do this is to use a solution of warm water and mild dishwashing detergent. Pour the solution into the vase and gently swirl it to ensure all sides of the vase are cleaned. Then rinse the vase thoroughly with clean water and dry it with a soft cloth.

For more stubborn stains or deposits, you can also use a solution of warm water and vinegar. Fill the vase with the solution and let it sit for a few hours before rinsing and drying.

More information

  • If you want to store your glass vase, you should store it in a dry and dust-free place to avoid scratches and other damage.
  • Do not use sharp or scratching objects to clean your glass vase as this may damage the glass.
  • Avoid dropping glass vases on hard surfaces as this may cause breakages or cracks.
  • If your glass vase is damaged, you should stop using it as this could cause injury. Instead, dispose of it safely and replace it with a new vase.

We hope this guide helps you use and care for your glass vases. If you have any further questions or need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are happy to help you get the most out of your glass vases and enjoy them for a long time.