Cutlery Care Guide
All our stainless steel cutlery is dishwasher safe. This makes them easier to clean.
So that you can enjoy your cutlery for a long time, we would like to give you a few more care tips:
- Briefly rinse cutlery under running water after use. This will prevent food residues from accumulating on cutlery for a long time. Some food products are aggressive to stainless steel and can cause pitting. These include vinegar, salt, mustard, mayonnaise, and more.
- Always place cutlery in the cutlery basket with the handle down.
- Dose your dishwasher detergent according to the manufacturer's instructions.
- Do not wash cutlery together with aluminum or copper items.
- Avoid lemon-scented dishwashing detergents, bleaches, chlorides, or limescale removers.
- Open the dishwasher when the program is finished.
- Dry your cutlery with a kitchen towel to avoid water stains.
- Washing by hand is always more gentle than in a dishwasher.
- Do not wash cutlery together with stainless steel items. Rust from these items can transfer to cutlery (rust flash).
PVD (COLOR) CUTLERY
To ensure that the PVD coating retains its beautiful and even shine for a long time, we recommend hand washing.
Sometimes water stains appear when washing cutlery in the dishwasher. Rust from other kitchen utensils or pots and pans can even stick to your cutlery.
Needless to say, it doesn't look very pretty. With a simple step, you can make your cutlery shine again:
Hold the cutlery under warm water and then dry it with a soft towel.
Use regular steel polish. Apply some polish to a soft towel and lightly press on the rust stain until it disappears. Rinse off the varnish under running water.