Glass is brittle, so glass furniture is best placed in a relatively fixed place, do not often move back and forth. Items placed on furniture should be handled with special care, otherwise it may damage the glass surface. When using a glass dining table or coffee table with a high rate of use, try to avoid hard impact. Place a tablecloth on top to prevent the glass surface from being scratched. When cleaning glass furniture at home, we usually use a wet towel, newspaper, or toilet paper for general stains. If there are stains that are more difficult to clean, you can wipe them with a towel, white wine, beer, or warm white vinegar. Don't use cleaner liquids because the main ingredient of the glass is silica. Strong acid and alkali, this type of material is prone to corrosion of glass. When wiping the patterned frosted glass, use a toothbrush to remove some of the cleaning agent and wipe off the stain by rubbing it along the pattern. This type of glass can also be coated with a few drops of kerosene or chalk dust and gypsum powder on the glass. After it is dry, it can be wiped with a clean cloth or cotton. The glass thus wiped out is both clean and bright.