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Barware Care Guide

Barware Care Guide

To promise the quality of your barware is upheld ensure that the correct measures of care are employed.

Stainless Steel:

  1. Hand wash with warm, soapy water using a soft sponge or cloth.
  2. Rinse thoroughly with clean water to remove any soap residue.
  3. Dry immediately with a soft, lint-free cloth to prevent water spots.
  4. Avoid using abrasive cleaners, scrub brushes, or harsh chemicals that may scratch the surface.
  5. For stubborn stains, soak the barware in a mixture of warm water and mild detergent before washing.
  6. Do not use metal scrubbers or steel wool pads as they can damage the stainless-steel finish.
  7. Store in a dry, well-ventilated area to prevent moisture buildup and corrosion.
  8. Periodically polish with a stainless-steel cleaner to maintain shine and remove fingerprints.

Gold Barware

  1. Hand wash with mild soap and warm water to preserve the gold finish.
  2. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scrubbing pads that may scratch or damage the gold plating.
  3. Dry thoroughly with a soft cloth immediately after washing to prevent water spots and tarnishing.
  4. Do not soak in water or leave submerged for extended periods.
  5. Avoid contact with acidic foods or beverages that may corrode or discolor the gold.
  6. Store in a dry, cool place away from direct sunlight to prevent fading or tarnishing.
  7. Handle with care to avoid accidental drops or impacts that may chip or scratch the gold surface.
  8. Polish gently with a soft cloth or gold polish as needed to maintain shine and luster.

Glass Barware:

  1. Hand wash with mild soap and warm water immediately after use to prevent residue buildup.
  2. Use a soft sponge or cloth to gently clean both the inside and outside of the glassware.
  3. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or harsh chemicals that may scratch or damage the glass.
  4. Dry thoroughly with a lint-free cloth to prevent water spots and maintain clarity.
  5. Store glassware upright in a well-ventilated cabinet or shelf to prevent dust accumulation.
  6. Handle with care to avoid chipping or breakage, especially when stacking or transporting.
  7. Avoid sudden temperature changes, such as placing hot glassware in cold water, to prevent thermal shock.
  8. For delicate or decorative glassware, consider hand washing with extra caution to preserve intricate designs.
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