Cutlery Care & Use
Before first use, wash your cutlery in hot water and mild detergent then rinse with warm water and dry carefully before putting away. After each use, wash cutlery using the method above and try not to leave your cutlery for too long before washing. The longer you leave your cutlery with food on it, the harder it becomes to clean. Salt and acid in your food can also cause damage to stainless steel.
Follow our Top Tips to Ensure Super Shiny Cutlery
- Straight after washing your cutlery, dry it with a soft lint-free cloth. Never leave to dry naturally as water and detergent can leave marks on your cutlery.
- Clean tarnished cutlery with white vinegar. Mix 1 part vinegar to 8 parts hot water in a washing up bowl, add your cutlery and leave to soak for 5-10 minutes. Rinse clean and dry straight away using a lint- free cloth.
- If you don’t have white vinegar at hand, try cleaning your cutlery using bicarbonate of soda. Fill a tray of warm water and add a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda. Place the cutlery in and leave to soak for 10-15 minutes. Rinse under warm water and dry straight away using a lint- free cloth.
- Remove streaks using olive oil. Using a teaspoon of oil, dampen a soft cloth and gently rub the cutlery to remove the streaks. Rinse and dry immediately with a lint-free cloth.