Make beautiful shapes with cakes with this set of cookie cutter which is very easy to use. The material is of very good quality and very resistant and you will certainly not be disappointed.
They are very easy to clean and can make beautiful cakes!
|Country of manufacture||France|
|Weight without packaging (kg)||0.76|
|Materials||Aluminum, Plastic, Wood|
|Use advice||Wash and dry carefully after use|
The products made of aluminium stand themselves out by a long-span resilience. Nonetheless, we do recommend you to follow the cleaning advices below so as to maintain their resistance.
It would always be advisable to wash your products in aluminium before they are first used.
As far as the daily cleaning of aluminium items goes, use somer water and neutral soap and then rinse them with a dried and sweet cloth onto the surface of your products so to avoid water traces.
If your products just do have a few marks of hard, you should rather use white vinagar to take off the encrusted sediment. Also respect the brushing direction while cleaning with some white vinegar.
What you should avoid : Never use neither bleach nor abrasive items such as "sponge" or "steel wool" or you will definitely ruin the aluminium. Do not place your aluminium accessories into a dishwasher
and along with others metal (iron, silver and so on...) or even along with products that may have got rusty stains.
Indeed, electrolysis may happen and then risk to definitely damage your table and kitchen accessories.
Whatever it is for cutting boards, kitchen ustensils such as spoons or even ham-holders, the wood remains highly used in the kitchen and like every material, a minimal care is necessary to preserve its genuine properties.
For the cleaning, simply wash your ustensils and then dry them after the rinsing along with the help of a cloth.
You also can apply some vinegar on a cloth to give back your ham-holder's brightness.
Plastic and derivated
In case of a hand-wash of your items in plastic and derivated plastic, use a soft and non-abrasive sponge or you will scuff the plastic and then pour out some washing-up liquid before to rinse with some hot water.
Unless otherwise indicated, you also can put plastic elements into a dishwasher by placing them in a such way that they do not clink together or along with ustensils and cutleries. You will, therefore, avoid the scuffs.
What you should not do : These products do not have to enter in contact with flames (BBQ, gaz stove...).
To avoid scuffing your derivated plastic (melamine, polycarbonate and acrylic), do not use sharpening ustensils or abrasive ustensils like abrasive sponge and steel wool.