While glass-topped furniture designed for outdoor usage is designed to withstand the elements, it’s neither indestructible nor resistant to dirt. Standard maintenance of glass furniture tops entails washing them with non-abrasive cleaners, such as a standard glass-cleaning spray.
Clear, Clean Glass
A glass surface such as a patio table outdoor end table typically attracts more dirt in a indoor glass surface. Rain, pollution and wind add dirt, dust and debris to outdoor furniture, which soon render that once-pristine glass surface to a table in dire need of cleaning. Wipe it first with a dry, soft cloth to pick up loose dirt, then spray along with your favorite glass cleaner, wiping with a soft fabric. Skip cleansers or unpleasant scrub pads which may scratch the glass. The underside of an outdoor glass tabletop also wants a thorough cleaning from time to time, although potentially less often. If stashing the furniture off during the winter, then cover the furniture with a canvas dropcloth or old blanket to stop both dirt and damage.