Different Methods to Clean Different DecantersFill your decanter with a mixture of warm water and either vinegar or baking soda to help loosen up the wine stains.Let it soak for about 30 minutes then pour the warm water and vinegar or baking soda and scrub it using a brush or any abrasive such as rice.Whiskey decanters are smaller so you can actually level up the swirling motion into shaking.Fill the decanter with warm water and add the uncooked rice.Cover the opening with your palm and shake it around more vigorously than you would with a wine decanter.Then remove the contents and rinse.
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How do I Clean my Wine Decanter?
For persistent red wine stains, fill the decanter with white vinegar and soak until removed, then rinse well and dry as above. For particularly stubborn staining, we recommend using denture cleaning tablets. Dissolve the tablets in water as suggested on the packet, and soak until the stains are gone. Rinse well and dry as above.
How do you clean the inside of a rice decanter?
This will loosen up and debris and soften any stains. Pour around 2cm of rice or crushed eggshells into the decanter and then add enough warm water to cover the stains. Keep repeating this step until all of the stains are lifted. To ensure nothing is left in the decanter rinse thoroughly with warm water until clean.
What type of water should I use in my decanter?
Depending on the hardness or quality of your tap water, we鈥檇 recommend using distilled water as highly alkaline water can cause cloudiness. Distilled water also doesn鈥檛 have any aroma or contain minerals, which will help prevent watermarks when drying. Take care not to knock the spout of your decanter on the tap as this can cause chips.
Why are whiskey decanters so hard to clean?
They can also get dirty. Anytime you have glassware that has a narrow neck and a wide bottom, it be tricky to clean because you can鈥檛 get your standard brush in there. If you have some gunk in your decanter, whether from dried whiskey or something else, swishing it with hot water and soap (after soaking) might not do the job.