How to Care for Murano Glass

Murano Glass requires very minor care and cleaning, and is generally quite durable if you follow a few simple rules. Please keep your Murano glass pieces out of reach of children and pets. Avoid doing household tasks such as dishwashing, cleaning, or cooking while wearing your Murano rings or bracelets - glass pieces may break if you accidentally hit them on hard surfaces such as kitchen counters.

Periodically wipe your glass items thoroughly with a clean, lint-free cloth. Make sure that your cloth has no cleaning solution on it that might leave a residue or damage your delicate Murano glass. You may use a lightly dampened lint-free cloth to remove any remaining spots after dry dusting. Larger items such as vases and chandeliers may dust more frequently and visibly, and require more thorough cleaning. Please note that none of the Murano Glass items are dishwasher-safe, and most likely will be damaged in the dishwasher. Therefore, wash your glasses, bowls, and all other tableware and drinkware manually in warm water with soap.

If your Murano Glass piece breaks, never attempt to fix it yourself with glue or in any other way. This may render the item unfixable by a professional, should you decide to go that route later.

If your Murano Glass Jewelry has silver elements, the silver may tarnish. This is not a defect but natural occurrence known as oxidation. Watch this quick video to learn how to quickly and easily remove tarnish from Murano Glass silver jewelry at home. This cleaning process will not damage the glass.