How Do You Get Black Stains Out of Stainless Steel Cutlery?

Stainless steel tableware


  • Dab a little quantity of white vinegar on the stain using a non-abrasive white cloth. Wipe clean the silverware to eliminate general stains and flaws such as white hard-water deposits. Next, re-wet and pat dry the dish with a clean, white towel.
  • In the sink, fully immerse a layer of silverware in an inch of hot water. Add one tablespoon of baking soda and whisk to dissolve. Let the silverware to soak for 10 to 15 minutes in the baking soda solution. Afterwards, each piece of flatware should be cleaned and polished individually.
  • Fill a small basin halfway with hot water and mild dish soap. Use a sponge or dishcloth immersed in soapy water to clean cutlery that has been discolored with a rainbow discolouration.
  • After rubbing in soapy water, cutlery should be rinsed and dried. When silverware is allowed to air dry, chalky hard-water deposits form.
  • Use a soft white cloth and a dab of stainless-steel utensil polish to clean. Rub stainless steel silverware with a soft cloth to clean and shine it. Follow the directions on the label if you’re using a different brand of polish than the one on the bottle.
  • Hazardous residue from repeated usage and cleaning may have worn away the protective coating on your spoon. To avoid rust, simply ensure that your silverware is fully dried after cleaning.