IM-8402ST Cutlery Set
Model nr. : IM-8402ST

Description

QUALITY SATIN FINISH SET:
* 12 CAKE FORKS
* 12 CAKE SPOONS
* 12 DINNER SPOONS
* 12 DINNER KNIVES
* 12 DINNER FORKS
* 12 TEA SPOONS
* 1 CAKE SERVER
* 1 SOUP LADLE
* 1 GRAVY LADLE
* 2 SALAD SERVING SET
* 1 SOUP SPOON
* 1 SUGAR TONGS
* 2 SERVING SPOONS
* 1 SUGAR SPOON
* 2 COLD MEAT FORKS

USE & CARE

WHILE STAINLESS STEEL IS HIGHLY RESISTANT TO STAIN AND CORROSION, EVEN THE FINEST ALLOYS WILL SUFFER IF CORROSIVE FOOD CHEMICALS ARE NOT REMOVED BY PROPER SOAKING, WASHING AND RINSING PROCEDUrES. CAREFUL HANDLING WILL STAIN LESS THEN ORDINARY STEELS, BUT THEY CAN STILL STAIN, PIT OR RUST. PREVENT THIS FROM HAPPENING AND ENJOY A LIFETIME OF USE BY READING AND SIMPLY FOLLOWING THESE TIPS AND RULES.
ALL CUTLERIES (KNIVES) SOULD BE HANG WASHED IN NON-LEMON DETERGENTS AND TOWEL DRIED

WASHING
STAINLESS SHOULD BE PRE-SOAKED IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING ITS REMOVAL FROM THE TABLE. USE A PRE-SOAK COMPOUND RECOMMENDED FOR STAINLESS BY THE MANUFACTURER OF YOUR DETERGENT. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU USE ONLY PLASTIC OR STAINLESS STEEL PAN FOR PRE-SOAKING. NEVER USE ALUMINiUM PAN. ALUMINIUM FREES TGE CHLORINE PRESENT IN MOST PRE-SOAKED COMPOUNDS, AND CASES DISCOLORATION OF STAINLESS STEEL.
TAKE PARTICULAR CARE IN REMOVING ALL REMNANTS OF LEMON, VINEGAR, BUTTER, ICE CREAM CHEESE, MILK AND TABLE SALT FROM STAINLESS ITEMS DIRECTLY AFTER USE. THESE FOODS CAN CAUSE CORROSION IF THEY ARE LEFT ON TOO LONG. FLATWARE AND CUTLERY SHOUL NOT BE SOAKED FOR LONG PERIODS OR SUBMERGED FOR CLEANING. IF YOU INSIST ON SOAKING CUTLERY IN SOAP, BLEACH OR CHLORINE, SOAKING SHOULD BE KEPT AT A MINIMUM, THAN RINSED THOROUGHLY AND DRIED IMMEDIATELY.
DO NOT USE PRE-SOAK SOLUTION CONTAINING SILVER DETAMISHING AGENTS. THESE PRODUCTS CAUSE SEVERE CORROSION TO STAINLESS. BE SURE THAT THE STAINLESS DOES NOT REMAIN IN THE PRE-SOAK SOLUTION TOO LONG BEFORE IT IS WAHSED, AFTER PRE-SOAKING, WASG YOUR STAINLESS IN HOT WATER AND A GOOD CLEANING AGENT. SELECT YOUR CLEANING AGENT WITH GREAT CARE, MAKING SURE THERE ARE NO ABRASIVE OR CORROSIVE QUALITIES. STAINLESS STEEL SHOULD BE THOROUGHLY DRIED IMMEDIATELY AFTER WASHING. POLISHING STAINLESS OCCASIONALLY IS A GOOD IDEA, BUT NOT A NECESSITY. POLISH STAINLESS ITEMS WITH A MILDLY ABRASIVE POWDER MIXED WITH NEUTRAL SOUP FLAKEX. THEN RINSE PIECES IN HOT WATER AND DRY THEM WELL.
FREQUENT AND PROMPT CLEANING OF CUTLERY AFTER EACH USE WITH NON-CAUSTIC SOLUTION AND TOWEL DRYING WILL ENSURE THE PERFORMANCE AND BEAUTY OF YOUR IMPERIAL COLLECTION PRODUCTS FOR YEARS TO COME.

RINSING
THE CLEAN STAINLESS SHOULD THEN BE RINSED IN WATER OF LEAST 180 FAHRENHEIT (70C) DEGREES. A WETTING AGENT MAY BE ADDED TO RINSE TO PREVENT MINERALS IN THE WATER FROM STAINING YOUR TABLEWARE. SHOULD YOU HAVE VERT HARD WATER; A SOFTENER IS RECOMMENDED. KNIVES FOR FLATWARE OR CUTLERY SHOULD NOT BE PLACED IN DISHWASHERS. THE BLADE EDGES WILL BE DULLED FROM RUBBING AGAINST EACH OTHER AND DETERGENT ARE MORE CAUSTIC, THEREFORE CAUSING STAINING AND PITTING OF THE BLADES.

HANDLING
PERFORATED CYLINDERS IN A PORTABLE RACK-SUITABLE FOR SINK OR DISHWASHER USE-MAKE IT POSSIBLE TO WASH, TRANSPORT AND DISPENSE STAINLESS WITH A MINIMUM OF HANDLING. IN A SYSTEM WHERE TABLEWARE IS WASHED AND STORED IN THE SAME CYLINDER, THE STAINLESS SHOULD BE SORTED INTO THE CYLINDER UTENSIL SIDE DOWN TO PREVENT BAND CONTAMINATION AFTER CLEANING. IN A SYSTEM WHERE THE TABLEWARE IS TRANSFERRED FROM A CLEANING CYLINDER TO A STORAGE CYLINDER BY INVERSION, IT SHOULD BE STORED IN THE CLEANING CYLINDER UTENSIL SIDE UP, SO THAT IT WILL EVENTUALLY BE STORED UTENSIL SIDE DOWN.
ALL THE IMPERIAL PRODUCTS ARE DESIGNED TO EXPECTATIONS, HOWEVER THE PERFORMANCE CAN BE DIMINISHED IF THEY ARE NOT CARED FOR PROPERLY. PLEASE FOLLOW THE ABOVE DIRECTIONS IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN YOUR WARRANTY.