Posts by Debra Levy


Top Five Glass Museums

Two weeks ago, we talked about great glass destinations to visit this summer.  Some of these were temporary exhibits with an end date. But if you are in the market for glass exhibits that just won’t quit, check out these locations this summer–my list of top five glass museums to visit. Oh, and I’ve paired […]

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Top 5 Great Glass Vacations

Great Destinations for Glass Enthusiasts We’ve Handpicked the Top 5 Spots Here’s my list of great sights to see in North America this summer for glass fans like me:  1. Not a Concrete Jungle at All If you plan to visit New York City before the end of October, glass groupies will want to add a […]

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7 Great Glass Gifts

Are you crazed this last week before Christmas trying to get all shopping done, cookies baked and cards mailed? Need some last-minute gift advice? We’ve got some glassy gift ideas for everyone on your list! See more here.

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The Versatility of Glass: Why Glass Is Not “Just Glass”

Most people think all glass is the same, but all glass is not created equal. There are literally hundreds of thousands of types of glass, all with unique qualities and performance characteristics. Learn how you can tell the difference at glass.com!

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What’s The Best Way To Clean Glass?

The best way to clean glass is with a soft cloth and quality glass cleaner. Find out how to clean mirrors without leaving streaks, how to clean glass that is hazy, and how to clean glass with a waxy film – follow our glass cleaning tips to learn how to apply now!

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The Glass in My House Just Broke, What Should I Do?

Discover the proper way to handle glass after it has broken in your home. From glass pick-up to disposal, glass.com is your resource for safe glass handling.

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What Is The Float Glass Process?

Curious to know how glass is turned into the flat surfaces we see everyday? This is done by the float glass process – Developed in 1959, this highly-technical manufacturing process involves using some of earth’s most abundant raw materials to produce a durable glass product. Learn more today!

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