Lucite is a brand name of acrylic plastic. It typically is formed into sheets or cylinders for general construction and craft use, but it can also be used to make a variety of household items such as table legs, chairs, lamp bases and cabinet handles. Lucite is a durable substance that is typically clear and colorless, but it can be made in different opacities and colors. The main drawback of Lucite, as well as other acrylics, is that can be fairly easily scratched. However, with proper cleaning, you won't damage the flawless surface.
Things You'll Need
- 2 soft, non-absorbent, lint-free, non-abrasive cloths
- Hot water
- Dish soap
- Plastic polish (optional)
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Prepare a bucket of hot water with a bit of liquid dish soap squirted in and agitated into a lather.
Use the soft cloth to apply the hot, soapy water to the Lucite. Or, use the plastic polish according to package directions.
Rinse well with warm water.
Dry with another soft cloth.