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Author Topic: Cleaning decanters  (Read 3674 times)

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Offline ju1i3

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Re: Cleaning decanters
« Reply #20 on: December 14, 2016, 07:43:12 AM »
Paul, I also wonder which glass is more prone to this than other. Which vintage? Which composition? Just posing questions - I don't know. I have glass that is quite modern that has it and vintage that has it. I see no correlation, certainly not in my collection.
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Re: Cleaning decanters
« Reply #21 on: December 14, 2016, 09:41:13 AM »
Hi Julie  -  regret I've no skills in the area of chemistry, so unable to comment in a useful way............    suspect that whether or not there is staining is dependent of a variety of things, and it's not just one factor that's responsible.               I've had late Georgian bottles that were as clean as a whistle, and some made well into the C20 that had a cloudiness that defies removal, but it sounds like a good subject for someone to delve into.

quote........    "which vintage?"  -  I like your pun -  do you think a famous vintage might give a better sort of staining? ;D

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