Where should you keep your drinking glasses?
Technically, the right way of storing wine glasses is the rim-side up. Why? If you store your glasses down, then you run the risk of damaging them where they are most delicate. Storing delicate crystal glasses upright will mean there is less weight on the rim and less risk of breakage.
Do glasses go up or down in cabinet?
Glassware should be stored in a clean dry place. Open shelves or cupboard is a good decision for storing fragile glasses. Storing the glasses on the shelves will keep them clean and prevent them from breaking. Glasses with long should be stored upright while glass mugs or rock glasses may be stored upside down.
Should glasses be stored upside down?
For sanitary reasons, the hotels I worked in instructed us to store glasses/cups upright unless being set on mesh or another liner that allows air to circulate. If the item is damp and you store it upside down, it could stick to the surface and bacteria can grow.
How do you store glassware at home?
Store Them Safely
- Place boxes on a steady, flat surface. Use good boxes. …
- Don’t place any heavy items on top of your fragile boxes.
- Avoid stacking your boxes too high. …
- Keep your glassware and crockery at the back of your storage unit if you don’t plan to use them any time soon.
Why are wine glasses hung upside down?
It’s an aesthetic look that breaks up the lines of shelving.” Flipped upside down and hung from from the stem, a glass won’t collect dust, won’t get stuck on the shelf when you need to reach one, and won’t be hidden out of sight where you can’t enjoy the look of them.