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Taking Care of your Cutlery
To help preserve the
condition of your cutlery we recommend you follow these simple
guidelines when washing and storing your cutlery.
- For normal hygiene reasons the cutlery should be washed before use.
- Do not leave the cutlery to soak or store in damp conditions.
- Rinse or wash immediately after use.
- Do not leave cutlery for any length of time with food on it.
Prolonged contact with certain foods such as salt, eggs, acidic
fruits and vinegars can cause stains and marks to occur. These
should be promptly removed.
- Never use abrasive polishes.
- Store in a canteen or cutlery roll.
- Use a domestic liquid detergent and warm water, dry thoroughly with a soft cloth.
Silver is a soft material and scratches more
easily than stainliess steel. Over a period of time the tiny
scratches build up to produce an attractive patina, this is a natural
occurrence characteristic of fine silver.
- Always follow the dishwasher manufacturer's instructions.
- Put knives with their blades facing down and seperate them from spoons and forks.
- Avoid using the rinse and hold cycles.
- As soon as the cleaning cycle is complete, remove cutlery and dry with a soft cloth.
- Do not mix sterling silver, silver plated and stainless steel items in the same cycle.