There are a lot of wine glass brushes on the market, but we like this one for its soft, flexible foam bristles that don't scratch or make us nervous that we'll break the glass. The one above is a goblet brush, and it's pretty big and bulbous. But there are long, loop-shaped brushes made for cleaning smaller wine or champagne glasses.
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These are especially helpful if you leave a wine glass sitting out overnight and have a crusty sludge in the bottom the next day. How do you clean your wine glasses?
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