Neff cabinet doors with glass clips

A quick learner from USA says:
We have Neff cabinets doors with 32-324 glass clips that rattle. We could use a 3/16" offset, but it appears you do not have it. Is there anything we can put behind the glass to stop the rattle? Is there some kind of clear gasket or the like? A bead of silicone caulk will not do as we need to remove the glass every couple of years to clean between it and the frame. Look forward to your suggestions.
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:
Hello, hopefully we can help! There are two suggestions that come to mind. One would be to use our 32-325 clip and file down the leg to the same 3/16" length you need. You could also use our adjustable 32-314 clip. What do you think?
A quick learner from Chicago says:
Thanks, Dave. I was hoping you might be able to suggest something to put between the glass and door frame about 1/32 or 1/16 inch thick. Problem with 32-314 is color and projection into the cabinet. 32-325 might work, though the thought of filing 24 of these is a deterrent. Also, the 32-324 items tend to crack where the screw enters. Not overtightened, as they still move. May have same problem with 32-325, especially if they are called upon to exert significant enough pressure on the glass to keep it from rattling. I look forward to your thoughts.
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
Hardware stores sell stick on foam or felt buttons that might be narrow enough to put behind the glass to stop the rattle. Would that be able to work for you?
A quick learner from Chicago says:
Stick-on foam may have to do the trick and will hopefully be cleanable. Thanks.
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