Common household items glass cup is a cup made of glass as raw material. Usually, the raw material is high-boron silicon glass, which is made through high-temperature firing at over 600 degrees. It is a new environmentally friendly tea cup. Common household glass cups are divided into double-layer glass cups and single-layer glass cups, with different production processes. Double-layer cups are mainly suitable for advertising cups, and the company logo can be printed on the inner layer for promotional gifts or gifts, and the heat preservation effect is even better.
Glass cups are divided into crystal glass cups, glass office cups, glass mouth cups, stemmed glass cups, and stemless glass cups according to materials and uses. Stemmed cups have shorter insulation time than vacuum cups. Stemless cups have longer insulation time than vacuum cups.
Although household items glass cups are transparent and beautiful, they are not easy to store and must be placed with care. In fact, among all materials of cups, glass cups are the healthiest. Because glass cups do not contain organic chemicals, when people drink water or other drinks with glass cups, they do not have to worry about harmful chemicals being ingested into their stomachs. Moreover, the glass surface is smooth and easy to clean, so people drinking water with glass cups is the healthiest and safest way.
If the glass cup can be cleaned immediately after each use, it is best. If it is considered too troublesome, it should be cleaned at least once a day. You can clean it before bedtime at night and then let it dry. When cleaning the cup, not only the cup mouth but also the bottom and wall of the household items glass cup should not be ignored, especially the bottom of the cup, which may precipitate a lot of bacteria and dirt. Professor Cai Chun specially reminded female friends that lipstick not only contains chemical ingredients, but also is extremely easy to adsorb harmful substances and pathogens in the air. The harmful substances will be carried into the body when drinking water, so the remaining lipstick on the cup mouth must be cleaned thoroughly.
Simple rinsing with water is not enough when cleaning common household items cups. It is best to use a brush to scrub. In addition, since the main component of the detergent is a chemical synthetic agent, its use should be cautious, and attention should be paid to rinsing with clean water. If you want to clean cups with large amounts of grease, dirt or tea stains, you can squeeze toothpaste on a brush and scrub in the cup. Since toothpaste contains both a detergency agent and an extremely fine abrasive agent, it can easily wipe away the residual substances without damaging the glass.