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Can You Wash Silver in the Dishwasher?

by:QUESTT     2020-05-23




































Wash sterling silver cutlery in the dishwasher: good idea or not?Very practical and goodIt looks like stainless steel cutlery, its antique (or lack of antique) just doesn\'t have a soft, shiny glow like sterling silver.Whether or not there is a gorgeous glow, Sterling Silver Valley\'s infamous beauty is not enough to convince most people to dig out their silverware from the bottom self-service drawer, wipe it off and use it.In today\'s busy and hurried world, most of us are looking for beauty, which is convenient.Stainless steel cutlery can easily withstand the cycle in the automatic dishwasher, which is much more convenient than the silverware, because everyone knows that you can\'t put silver in the dishwasher, right?Or can you?Is it safe to wash the silver in the dishwasher?Can you wash the silverware in the dishwasher?The answer to this question is not simple, because unfortunately the experts do not agree.It is said that it is OK as long as you follow certain precautions, while others suggest that the owner of the sterling silverware never put it in the dishwasher.Martha Stewart says, like an expert at Beverly Bremer silver store in Atlanta, Georgia, keep cleaning your silverware with a dishwasher.Beverly Bremer silver store is an Atlanta organization that has operated for more than 30 years.Bremer silver experts wrote on their website that it is perfectly OK to clean the sterling silver silverware in the dishwasher.However, they do not recommend throwing silver tablets into the sidebasket at will, as most of us are used to using stainless steel cutlery.Instead, they recommend that you rinse all the particles of each piece of food thoroughly first.The next step is to carefully place the pieces in the flat caddies so that they do not scratch each other and there is no silver contact with stainless steel.The reason is that these two metals may react to each other when wet, resulting in irreversible spots on silver and stainless steel tableware.Detergent is another item to pay attention to when washing sterling silver in the dishwasher.The staff of Beverly Bremer Silver Shop recommend to use as little as possible, and recommend a tablespoon in particular.They warn against the use of detergents containing citric acid, as this acid creates pits in silver.Most mass market dishwasher detergents contain this ingredient, so you may have to read some labels before you can find acceptable labels.Most automatic dishwasher detergents also contain bleach, which turns silver yellow.Fortunately, this discoloration is reversible.If your silver starts to turn yellow, polish with a premium Polish until it returns to the lovely original color and uses less detergent in the dishwasher.Dishwasher drying cycle: Is it safe?There are also different opinions on whether to allow your silver to dry during the drying cycle of the dishwasher.Bremer experts say this is good, while Martha Stewart recommends taking out the silverware after the final rinse before the heating drying cycle begins.If you choose to take the route of martha Rosa and remove it, carefully dry each piece individually with a soft cloth, make sure that each piece is completely dry and then throw it away.Box of hands-On the other side of the silver coin, Jeffrey Herman of the American silversmith association believesWashing is the only way out, and on social networking sites you should never put sterling silver cutlery in the dishwasher.In fact, he used the word \"room of death\" to describe the dishwasher.Herman listed several reasons for his position.First of all, he says the dishwasher will expose your silver to an overheated environment.He believes that the combination of high heat and coarse detergent will whiten your silverware.Although Beverly Bremer\'s experts say that bleach can be polished off, Hermann said that in order to restore the silver to its original color, it is necessary to professionally repair the white silver.Experts agree that it is a shame to store the silverware and never use it.They say that using a silverware is actually the easiest way to keep the silverware from losing its luster --Free, best looking.Even experts who suggest washing silver in the dishwasher agree to do it manuallyWashing supporters believe that the heat and detergent of the dishwasher will eventually remove the black gloss that is piled up in the cracks in your silver design.This patina makes the intricate and delicate carving more clear and beautiful, so it is a shame to lose it, even if it does take years and a lot of washing to reach this point.Silver experts also agree that the friction your silverware receives from your handsWash your hands-The drying process benefits its finish and gloss, improves its gloss and maintains its glossfree.Experts agree that the use of silverware every day is the best way to keep the silverware shine and look the best.While it is tempting to throw it into the dishwasher, many find that the special precautions they have to take to successfully clean the silverware in the dishwasher cancel the convenience of the dishwasher.This is the decision you have to make for yourself;Many people find it easier to wash the utensils used every day by hand.Once you put the system down, hand-Very fast and easy to wash and dry.If you decide to shoot-Herman recommends that you follow some simple precautions to clean the silverware safely and thoroughly, ensuring the beauty of the table from generation to generation.If your sink is metal, line up with a towel or a plastic tub.It sounds unlikely, but the metal sink will scratch your silver.Fill your sink with warm water and a little gentle bleachFree phosphateFree and citrusFree liquid soap.Put your silverware carefully in the bucket so they don\'t scratch each other.Do not mix stainless steel vessels with silver vessels.Wash the knives first, because they are made of two pieces, allowing them to soak for a long time will weaken their weld or adhesive joints.Wipe each piece with the softest towel or sponge you can find, as a rough cloth and a rough sponge scratch your beautiful silver.Rinse each piece thoroughly with clean, warm water and dry immediately.Herman suggests taking each piece out of the water as soon as you clean it up.Place each piece on a soft, absorbent towel and be careful not to mix them together or scratch them.Dry one piece at a time with a soft napkin, because handling the silver device separately will keep the scratches to a minimum.If you have an assistant, it will make the whole washing/drying process faster.According to Herman, wipe and rub gently with your handsWashing actually eliminates the beginning stage of the stain.In this way, he says, killing the gloss in the bud is better than letting the gloss pile up until the silverware is dark and needs to be polished with commercial silver.Silver-Plated tableware, or simply a silver plate, commonly referred to as a silver plate, is a tableware made of other types of metal covered with a very thin layer of sterling silver.Treat your silverPlating the tableware very gently, avoiding excessive polishing or friction, as you can rub the silver coating on the tableware over time.Experts recommend the most gentle handsWash dry.It\'s also good to know that no matter how carefully you treat the silver plate, the plating will not last forever, and your utensils will eventually require a professional reply.A short word about the brandBrand-The new Silver has a small amount of copper on the surface.Wash your brandThe previous few times the copper was removed with a new silverware in hand, as it could react poorly in the dishwasher, causing brown spots.After a few hands-When you wash, you can choose the automatic dishwasher.A short word about PreIf your silverware was before World War II, don\'t wash the knife in the dishwasher.In that era, the silversmith connected the blade and handle together with resin, which could not withstand the heat of the automatic dishwasher.When silver is in contact with sulfur, Silver will deteriorateBased on compounds.Sometimes, these compounds, such as eggs, are found in food, but silver deteriorate due to sulfur compounds exposed to the air.Many people store the silver in the silver box, which is lined with special silver cloth to absorb sulfuric acid and prevent discoloration.If you do not have such a case, you can simply place the drawer liner made of this fabric in the kitchen drawer or in the self-service drawer, or store your silver in the rollA bag made of silversmith cloth.Many consumers are raving about 3 m anti-fouling bars, Herman recommends.These are the notes that have been treated with sulfate.Absorb compounds.Simply put them in a drawer or box with your silver.These stripes can last for several months and can even last for a year if placed in a zip bag or chest.I often seeExperts recommend storing silver with zipperLock plastic storage bag;On the surface it seems like a good idea because the zip plastic bag will seal the air.However, experts are cautious about this, saying that Silver should not be stored in any type of plastic container like a newspaper because the plastic contains sulfur.If your silverware is stained to the point where it needs to be polished, Herman recommends using a very soft cloth, the most gentle non-polishedYou can find grinding and polishing.He especially recommended the silver polishing of Weiman, 3 m Tarni-Shield silver Poland, blitz silver care Poland and flashing silver Poland.Herman recommends wright\'s silver cream, wright\'s anti-discoloration creamGlossy silver polish, Silver Foam from Godard and long glossy silver polish from Godard.Most, but not all, of the polishing agents recommended by Herman GmbH include an ingredient that helps prevent the formation of gloss on newly polished workpieces.These products are 3 m Tarni-Shield silver polishing, flashing silver polishing, Godard long gloss silver polishing, blitzkrieg silver care polishing, Wieman silver polishing and Wright anti-polishingBright silver light.Herman suggested avoiding Silver Falls and multiple declinesmetal polishes.Also, although this seems to be common sense, Herman also warned against the use of toothpaste as silver polish.Obviously, this is a family remedy that keeps going round, but it is not recommended by experts.Not only does toothpaste not work well, it will scratch your silverware.
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