Likewise, taking extra precaution is necessary when cleaning stoneware due to its brittleness and sensitiveness to changes in water temperature.
To remove grease, squeeze a substantial amount of lemon juice onto the tableware and leave it for a few minutes. Afterwards, use a damped cloth or sponge and rub the greasy area. Wash it with detergent and rinse them well.
In addition, it is inevitable that, after use, unpleasant odor will linger onto the tableware due to ingredients like fish, garlic or spices. Simply create a solution of water mixed with ¼ cup of vinegar or baking soda and submerge the tableware into it. Wash and rinse well afterwards.
Over time, unsightly scuff marks will appear after frequent use of the tableware. To remove these marks, simply sprinkle a teaspoon of baking soda onto the area and wiped them with a damped cloth till the stain disappears. Once done, wash and rinse them.
It is without a doubt that having a well-maintained menu and bill holders is essential in leaving a positive impression on your diners.
To clean your menu holders, simply wipe them with warm water and, if needed, apply a small amount of mild detergent with water. Once done, wipe them thoroughly with a soft cloth to prevent any residual water from seeping into the menu holders. You should refrain from using any corrosive chemicals such as bleach to clean your menu holders because these chemicals have a devastating effect that will expedite the aging process thereby making the holders look dull quickly.
For storage purposes, menu and bill holders are commonly made from genuine or synthetic leather, keeping them in linen bags and storing them in well-ventilated areas that are not in contact with direct sunlight is necessary to prevent wear and tear.
Emitting its pleasant light, candles are the perfect accessory to jazz up the ambiance of any dining occasion. The real problem occurs when the candles has been used up, leaving unsightly residual wax lying in the glass holder.
To overcome this, firstly use a knife to cut the hardened wax into small pieces and subsequently fill boiling water into the holder. Leave it for 15 minutes and drain the residue. Repeat this process until the wax has been completely drained.
Once it’s cleaned, proceed to wash the glass with mild detergent and water and dry them thoroughly with a soft cloth (to prevent scratches.)
By diligently adopting this habit, your candle holders will certainly look brand-new.
Believe it or not, as per the study of the University of Virginia, the frames of any salt and pepper mills are highly concentrated with viruses! This can be easily explained by the fact that we are always being asked to pass these mills at any dining occasion.
Fret not, here are the steps to minimize the chances of you and your diners from being infected with diseases over a feast.
Detach the grinding mechanism and soak the shakers in a solution of warm water with a few drops of dishwashing-safe detergent for a few minutes. Subsequently rinse them and remove any residue with a cotton swap or brush. Lastly dry them thoroughly to prevent any salt and pepper from clumping inside during your next use.