Product Care

La Rochere glass is durable, dishwasher and microwave safe (short period), however we recommend the following care instructions to prolong the clarity of your glassware:

Glass is sensitive to water hardness and may react depending on the water you use. Hard water: a whitish sediment may build up on the glass. This can easily be removed using warm water mixed with white vinegar or lemon juice. Freshwater or acid water (pH < 6): Freshwater may etch the surface of the glass, turning it slightly bluish and opaque over time. To prevent this from occurring, we recommend hand washing glasses so they do not soak too long in water.

Please avoid severe thermal (extreme heat or cold) shocks.

For Mouthblown Collections: Antoine and Amitie Collections are mouth-blown and must be handled with care. Please hand wash only. Do not place in dishwasher or microwave. 

For Gold-rimmed glassware: Limited Gold Bee Collection must be hand washed due to the gold-etched rim. To preserve the integrity of the gold-rim, please avoid placing the glassware in dishwasher. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Does your glassware contain lead or cadmium?

Our glasses are lead and cadmium free.

Is my glassware dishwasher-safe?
Yes. All glassware is dishwasher-safe with the exception of our mouthblown collections.

Is my glassware microwavable?
Yes, for reheating only. We recommend heat time no longer than 90 seconds. 

What is the best way to remove grease or fingerprints?
Gently rub the traces with a soft cloth containing white vinegar.

What is the best way to clean the bottom of a glass or carafe?
Use a bottle brush or pour white vinegar into the glass or carafe and add uncooked rice. Shake energetically. Empty and rinse with warm water.

What do you recommend to remove sediments at the bottom of a glass/carafe?
Pour a spoonful of rock salt into the glass along with hot (but not boiling) water mixed with white vinegar and shake energetically to remove the stains. Leave the mixture in the glass overnight to ensure it has been fully cleaned. As an alternative, salted lemon juice may also be used.

What should I do if glasses are stuck together?
Pour cold water or ice cubes into the top glass, and then immerse the bottom glass in hot (but not boiling) water.