you need
  • - water,
  • - potatoes,
  • - baking soda,
  • - salt,
  • - onion,
  • - apple,
  • - ash,
  • - chalk,
  • - peel garlic and onions,
  • - ammonia,
  • - vinegar,
  • - lemon,
  • - egg shells,
  • - toothpaste.
Wash spoons that have purchased various types of plaque, a variety of ways.Recall that any cleaners cutlery can be abrasive and non-abrasive.The latter is recommended for cleaning heavily soiled articles.Getting to washing and cleaning the trays, consider the quality and characteristics of the m
aterial from which they are made.
Blackened steel spoon well washed in water remaining after boiling potatoes.Soak instruments in potato broth for 5-10 minutes and wipe dry.
popular way of washing and cleaning of stainless steel spoons - maintaining them in hot (not boiling!) Soda-salt solution for 20 minutes on low heat.On 1 liter of water take 4 tablespoons of baking soda and 3 tablespoons of salt.
rust on iron spoon to remove the bulb and cut the halves with a mixture of salt and lemon juice.
aluminum spoon, wash with soap and water or a solution of hot water with baking soda and ammonia.Dark spots, remove cloth moistened with vinegar.If spoons were darkening of burnt food, you can get rid of them by cleaning the surface of a slice of fresh apple or boiling in water objects with onion skins.
German silver spoon will shine like new after a short (just 5 minutes) boiling in a special solution.It is made of 2 liters of water, 2 tablespoons of salt, shells from 4 raw eggs.

Will update cupronickel spoons and concentrated by boiling broth of garlic peels (the procedure and the concentration of broth choose based on your number of contaminated spoons).If you want to make a grand luster of nickel silver spoons, polish them.The simplest homemade pasta made from 50 ml water, 30 g of ammonia and 15 g of chalk.
Silver Spoons can be gently cleaned gruel of chalk mixed with ammonia or toothpaste.If left on the surface of specific stains from yolks, will ash.

When cleaning silver spoons can be used chalk powder of the fine fraction, removing stains from silver-plated - no: any abrasive destroy a thin coating.