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|Length:||8 ¾ "|
|Width:||6 ¾ "|
|Height:||1 ¼ "|
|Weight Gross:||2 lb 2 oz|
|Weight Net:||1 lb 15 oz|
|Volume per package:||0.04 cu.ft|
For the flatware to be easy to clean and to reduce the risk of corrosion, always rinse off the remains of any food immediately.
Wash, rinse and dry your flatware before using it for the first time.
Includes: Fork, knife, spoon, teaspoon and dessert/salad fork, 4 of each.
All cutlery needs some care to maintain its original finish. Rinse cutlery after use to remove any scraps of food, even if you plan to wash it later. If you use a dishwasher, choose a shorter cycle, and dry the cutlery by hand. That way you avoid rust spots caused by food that sticks to the cutlery, or by leaving cutlery too long in the hot, humid air inside the machine. Good advice doesn't have to be expensive.
Use your hands and eyes to help you decide which flatware to choose. Do you like the shape and finish? Does it feel good in your hand? The more material there is in the flatware, the better it usually feels to hold. But the amount of material and the production process also have the biggest effect on the price. Follow your instincts - only you know which flatware feels best.
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