How to Shine Your Dirty Cutlery! Easy Silverware Cleaning Ideas That Save Time

So you’re all prepared for dinner party, you think you’re good to go and the thing you forgot to do, is probably the most important thing about shining your cutlery.

Hello my little cocktail olives, this is Melissa maker from clean my space. today’s cleaning question comes from Chris from Toronto.

Chris asks us “hey Melissa how do I clean my cutlery, I’m having a dinner party and it’s a little grungy.”

I’ve dressed the part as you can see I’m in a ocktail gown, but let’s solve your problem.

What we need is, of course your dirty cutlery. I’ve got here a cup of hot water is damn hot right now, I’m just a trained professional microfiber cloth, my favourite and vinegar what I’ve done is, I poured about a quarter cup of vinegar into this cup of hot water.

Pop my cup or dish and I’m going to let it sit for a few minutes


Take your cutlery wipe it off and as you can see sparkly as a diamond and our spoon perfect another thing I do want to

point out Christ you didn’t ask this but here’s the bonus if you’ve got some glassware that you want to clean as well

And you’re steaming up the hot water for

your cutlery cleaning project you can

just take your glassware and hold it

over the kettle as it’s boiling clearly

it’s not boiling right now but the steam

that will be caused from the kettle will

help you clean your glass really really

nicely and shine it up so let the steam

build up inside the glass take the cloth

and give it a wipe and you can do the

same thing on the outside and you will

have crystal clear glasses and diamond

sparkly color

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