Q & A


 Is Miron violet glass dishwasher-safe?

A. The glass itself is dishwasher safe, however the bottle and jar lids are not. To wash the lids, wipe them with a damp cloth, rather than submerging them in water. 

Can I put Miron violet glass in the microwave / oven / freezer?

A. No. Miron glass isn’t tempered, and can break if exposed to rapid temperature changes.


Can I use Miron violet glass with boiling water?

A. The glass can withstand short-term exposure to boiling water for sterilization, but submerging it for extended periods is not recommended.

How can I clean the narrow bottles?

A. Try soaking them in warm, soapy water, then scrubbing them with a bottle brush. You can also put them in the dishwasher, then rinse afterwards.

How should I care for my purchase?

A. Miron violet glass can be cleaned with mild soap and water or wiped with alcohol. Allow time to dry before use. Miron violet glass is made to last a lifetime, but if it does crack or break, discontinue use immediately. Miron glass is 100% recyclable. 



What forms of payment do you accept?

A. We accept Paypal and Google Pay services, as well as Visa, MasterCard and JCB cards.

Do you take orders over the phone or through the mail?

A. At this time all orders must be placed on our website. 

How will the charge appear on my credit card statement?

A. The transaction will appear under our business name “Miron Online”.

Can I purchase a replacement lid?

A. Yes, replacement lids are available in all sizes for screw top jars and bottles. 


Where is Miron violet glass made?

A: All Miron violet glass is European-made, with the majority coming from Holland and Switzerland.