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Stainless steel isn’t completely stainless but stains less than other types of metal. Stainless steel generally has a higher resistance to the effects of exposure but can be corroded by salt air oxidation, road salt and other damaging elements. The stainless steel silverware also need to protect.
Direction for use
Wash the silverware with warm water
Dry the silverware with a soft cloth
Use mild detergents to wash the silverware
The stainless steel flatware can’t be exposed for long periods of time to foods that are acidic.
The stainless steel flatware can’t be even be exposed to eggs, which are full of sulphur and can cause the metal to tarnish.
Please don’t use lemon, orange citrus dishwasher detergents and other highly chlorinated detergents on your silverware.
Use the proper dishwasher temperatures when you need to wash the silverware by dishwasher.
Please don’t soak the silverware in water for a long time.