Stag head on a set of three stainless cheese utensils - crafted to move the cheese from the serving board to your plate. It's a skill you need to know.
When flatware is left wet in the sink, dishwasher or on the counter acid from food residue can erode the finish and cause rust stains or pitting. This also happens when cutlery is not dried immediately after washing but is left to air dry in the sink tray or dishwasher. To prevent this from happening hand-wash your utensils with a soft sponge and dry them right away. Do not soak them in water.
Fortunately, unsightly rust spots can be removed. Simply make a paste with one part baking soda to three parts water. Using a soft cloth rub the paste onto the cutlery to remove the rust. For extra protection, apply stainless steel polish a few times a year or whenever the surface becomes dull. Olive oil also works as a great lubricant and protectant for metal.
Shipping:Please allow about 1-2 weeks for delivery of in-stock items from this line. Out of stock items will have a note below the add to cart button that gives their expected arrival dates. These dates are not guaranteed but we will do our best to notify you if there are any delays.
Returns:You can return eligible item(s) within 15 days of receiving an order. Returns are refunded in the original payment form for the merchandise price, less actual shipping costs. Drapery hardware, monogrammed items, made to order pieces and final sale items (with prices ending in $.X7 or $.X4) are not eligible for return. Review the list of ineligible items and our refund policy below.
Questions? See our full Returns Policy.
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