How to Shine Your Dirty Cutlery! Easy Silverware Cleaning Ideas That Save Time! (Clean My Space) - vTomb

How to Shine Your Dirty Cutlery! Easy Silverware Cleaning Ideas That Save Time! (Clean My Space)

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In this video, I'll show you how to make your cutlery sparkle in a few quick minutes. Safe, easy and quick!


Chris asked: How do I clean grimy cutlery that has food baked on and water marks? I'm having a dinner party and I want my cutlery to shine?

Answer:

What you need-
1) Dirty cutlery
2) ¼ cup of white vinegar
3) 2 cups boiling water
4) A clean, dry microfiber cloth

Pour ¼ cup of vinegar into 2 cups of boiling water. Put your cutlery into the water-vinegar mixture and let it sit for a few minutes. The hot water will help soak off anything stuck on the cutlery, and the vinegar helps to shine, disinfect and remove any water marks, caked on foods and streaks. After a few minutes, take your cutlery out of the mixture and wipe with a clean, dry microfiber cloth.

For cleaning A LOT of cutlery:
Fill a shallow baking dish half-way with hot water and add a cup of vinegar. Let it soak for 10 minutes and follow the same directions as above.

NOTE: This method is safe for cutlery and silverware, but is not recommended for enameled serving pieces!

** BONUS TIP**

For cleaning glassware:
Hold your glass over the opening of a boiling kettle. The steam helps to moisten the glass just enough to remove water marks quickly and will help clean your glass really nicely. Take a cloth and give it a wipe for crystal clear glassware!

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