You've got your kitchen piled high with dirty plates after your latest dinner party, with 3 hour old dried cheese stuck on your Cheese Tool blade, salad dressing up and down your Big Spoons and fingerprints all over everything. You just want your Alison Jackson cutlery back to it's former sparkly glory. Easy.
Got a dishwasher?
Pop your pieces in there! Simple. And each piece will come out lovely and sparkly.No dishwasher?
No worries, 5 easy steps.
Grab some Scotchbrite (yep, that green stuff you clean your pots and pans with).
Add dishwashing detergeant and warm water.
Rub the Scotchbrite in a circular motion all over the surface. You can be quite firm with the pressure you apply, the stainless steel is very tough. Note the circular motion is important in keeping the lovely satin finish.
Rinse and dry immediately
You're all done. Sparkly glory restored.