Give customers a comfortable dining experience with the cost-effective Harley dessert spoon. Ergonomic in the hand, the design and weight of the spoon ensure that eating desserts is an easy and pleasurable experience. Boasting a stylish, minimalistic finish, the spoon perfectly suits any restaurants, pubs or bars offering good food in an informal environment. Pressed from solid stainless steel, the spoon can also be used with any magnetic cutlery saving systems.
What is the difference between 18 10 and 18 0 flatware?
There’s one important difference between 18/0 and 18/10 flatware – nickel content. The ’18’ refers to the chromium content of the stainless steel – 18% in both cases – but the second number refers to the nickel content. In 18/10 stainless steel – which, unsurprisingly, is 10% nickel – this added element gives it long-lasting shine, which makes it a fine dining favourite. However, it also nullifies the magnetic properties of the steel, meaning 18/10 cutlery can’t be used with cutlery savers. If you’ll be using a cutlery saver, choose 18/0 instead. The shine may not be as lustrous, but the practicality will outweigh the cons.
How do you keep stainless steel cutlery from rusting?
There’s a few ways to prevent your stainless steel cutlery from rusting. Firstly, before washing – whether by hand or in the dishwasher – give it a quick rinse under the tap to remove any leftover food. After it’s been cleaned, dry it as quickly as possible. This not only decreases the likelihood of rusting, but prevents unsightly water marks being left behind.
How to make stainless steel cutlery shiny again
With the best will in the world, your cutlery will eventually tarnish. However, there’s some simple steps you can take to restore it to its former glory. Cleaning chemicals like Peek’s metal polish (code: Y050) will remove some of the staining, and decarbonisers like those from Xcarbonator (code: CM883-WB) will all but eliminate it.
- Dimensions 180(L)mm
- Material 18/0 Stainless steel
- Weight 540g
- High polish finish
- Double step design on handle