Black Flatware – Stainless steel flatware, as the name implies, is made of a special metal that will not ruin, stain or rust easily. However, with the use or over time, stainless steel utensils are likely to become soiled and tarnished, which causes them to lose their brightness and clean appearance. To clean the flatware, you could use the dishwasher or some manual methods to remove stubborn stains and buildup. Then, with a little more effort, you can brighten the utensils and look like new. Clean the cutlery in advance.
Sometimes, if you put the black flatware directly in the dishwasher, the pieces of food or the sauce could stick. You can avoid it by cleaning the cutlery a little before placing them in the dishwasher. Put the flatware in the dishwasher. Choose the dishwasher setting that best matches the condition of the cutlery. In most cases, a normal cycle should suffice, but perhaps the dirtiest flatware needs a strong cycle. Turn off the drying cycle if you can.
Make the necessary additional cycles. Sometimes stainless steel needs several wash cycles to be completely clean. Above all, older dishwashers and heavily soiled black flatware might need a second wash in the dishwasher. Dry the washed cutlery by hand for best results. At the end of the cleaning cycle of the dishwasher, remove the flatware. Although flatware is almost dry, clean each utensil thoroughly with a soft dry cloth or paper towel.