Tips to keep your Crockery sets cleanAvdhesh Sharma
When you serve good food in good looking luxurious crockery it ultimately increases its taste. Be it at home or at restaurants the taste of food enhances once you serve them in appealing sets of crockery. But it will never look appeasing to serve in a plates or using bowls which has stain or ugly looking spot. However, when you plan a get together at home you are left with an option of cleaning it but sometimes situation gets out of control. So, to avoid this let learn a trick of keeping your crockery sets shine and clean.
- Cleaning Silver Cutlery: Using silver cutlery is an art, because it always left with stain mark if used for egg, vinegar, fruit juice etc. If this is the case, then keep your silver plate, glass or spoon in a mild lukewarm water mixed with soap. After this remove it and wash by using hot water. Before storing it let it dry properly.
- Baking Soda: We often use baking soda for eating, but you can try it for washing crockery sets. It come up with effective results. Take water and mix it with baking soda and put this paste on stain to see the magic. Without damaging the beauty of crockery sets, it will remove the grumpy looking stain mark.
- Vinegar & Salt: It’s a tip from grandmother’s treasure. Make a solution of salt and vinegar in a ration of 50-50. Soak pot, plate or any object from crockery set in it. You will be amazed by seeing how easily it will bring the shine back on it.
- Hot Water: It’s a helpful tip for removing not only marks of stain but greasiness. Eating Biryaani or Chicken Korma in expensive vintage looking crockery is always fascinating and gives a feel of regality. So always use hot water for cleaning crockery set.
So, these are best of all advice for you to keep your crockery safe. And best of all decision is rinse dishes immediately after use. And you can use the above mention tips for wiping off those smudges from the edge of cutlery. Use these tips for ensuring that your expensive crockery remains shiny, clean and beautiful.