Metal Kitchenware & Decorations

  • Aluminium was a precious metal in 19th century. Napoleon III's most important guests were given aluminium cutlery, while those less worthy dined with mere silver.
  • Minerals in water can leave marks on stainless steel, so to prevent shiny surface from water spots, dry it with a towel or cloth (in the directions of the polish lines).
  • Use glass cleaner or household ammonia to clean fingerprints from stainless steel surface.
  • Aluminium is the most common metal found on Earth – it makes up over 8% of the planet's 'crust'.
  • Aluminium is used in all sorts of products – from foil to drink cans to cars to airplanes, there's no doubt it's versatile!
  • Stainless steel is stainless because it contains a minimum of 12% chromium which makes it resist rust.