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Caring For Your Tableware

Caring For Your Tableware

Being in the business of dinnerware, we know how confusing it can be to know how best to care for your dinner service. Given how many types of dinner wear there are, knowing whether or not to use cloths or scrubby sponges, whether or not to put it in the dishwasher or to wash by hand, can be a puzzle.   So we thought we would start a little guide to help. Over three blogs, we will give you tips and ideas, so that you can keep your dinner service in the best possible condition.   We will be starting...

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How To Take Care Of Your Glassware

How To Take Care Of Your Glassware

From the casual tumbler to the toasting flute, a shiny and lustrous finish will enhance the flavour and experience of any drink   To continue to use your glassware for many years to come, we recommend - Hand wash items individually in warm soapy water, and use a soft, non abrasive cloth otherwise this can scratch and damage the glass Dry with a soft cloth, or glass towel. With stemmed glassware, always hold by the bowl & not the stem when drying to avoid breakages Always store your glassware the right way up to avoid damage to the rims Wash...

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How To Take Care Of Your Tableware

How To Take Care Of Your Tableware

Whether you use your dinner set everyday or save it for special occasions, we have a few tips for keeping it always looking its best   Dinnerware can be made from a number of different materials, although pottery, stoneware and bone china are the most commonly used and nearly always glazed. When using your dinnerware, do read the manufacturers instructions (also often on the reverse of the items too!) with regards to use in the dishwasher, freezer, oven or microwave    Cutlery Use Grey/silver lines often occur over a period of time, particularly on pieces which have more use than...

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How To Take Care Of Your Cutlery

How To Take Care Of Your Cutlery

Stainless Steel Cutlery The majority of stainless steel cutlery is 18/8, which refers to the chronium & nickel content. Stainless steel is most commonly used for cutlery as it is highly unlikely to stain or tarnish, especially if it is cared for. Therefore we strongly recommend that - you don't leave items to soak as this can contribute towards staining if you use a dishwasher, rinse before putting them in, as certain acids in some foods can cause staining or pitting to help restore the shine & sparkle, use a soft lint free cloth e.g. microfibre to buff & polish...

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