How to Clean Discolored Wilton Armetale Serveware

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The Wilton Armetale company sells a variety of types of serving ware that grace elegant and special occasions, as informal as a dinner party or as formal as a wedding. Many of the "Armetale" metal pieces can be used to bake, cook, broil, or chill foods; others are for serving only. Over time, Armetale serving ware may become discolored. If this happens to yours, apply a baking soda paste to clean it.


Step 1

Place a few spoonfuls of baking soda into a bowl.

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Step 2

Add several drops of water to the baking soda, and mix it thoroughly. Continue to add water until the baking soda turns to a paste.

Step 3

Apply this paste directly to your Armetale serving ware.


Step 4

Scrub the serveware with the paste and a soft cloth, rubbing the baking soda and vinegar into the metal.

Step 5

Rinse with plain water to remove the baking soda and vinegar.

Step 6

Fill your kitchen sink with warm water, and add several drops of mild soap.


Step 7

Place your Wilton Armetale serveware into the soapy water, and wash it thoroughly with a soft cloth.

Step 8

Rinse the serving ware, and let it air dry.

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