Prisha India Craft Silver Plated Round Bowl with Red Velvet Box, Dry Fruits Home Decorate Diwali Gift items, Silver | Dia 4"
PRISHA INDIA CRAFT SILVER PLATED ROUND BOWL WITH RED VELVET BOX, DRY FRUITS HOME DECORATE DIWALI GIFT ITEMS, SILVER | DIA 4"
Rs. 300 Rs. 60050% Off
Product code: dtset003-1-prisha
Prisha India Craft presents Snack Bowls which are used in your kitchen regularly. This product looks elegant as it is made of Metal and is Gold in color. This product has brushed finish type and has a royal touch. It is made in India. This Item is made using highly pure Brass, which is coated with silver gold polish. It Gives a Unique and Classy Touch to your table. it's a Perfect Gift for all the occasions and Corporate Gifting. The item is highly durable, elegant and a wonderful addition to your Home Decor. It comes in a Fancy red/blue colored gift box and can be readily turned into a wonderful Anniversary, Wedding, Diwali, Valentine gift item. It Gives a Unique and Classy Touch to your table. We know the value of your choice and collections.... We always brings unique products for you in lowest possible price. CARE TIPS Use a soft brush or clean cotton cloth to dust. Wash the item by hand with warm water and a gentle dish washing soap to remove any food but don't soak the silver in water for any length of time. A simple wash with warm water is probably the first and simplest way to take tarnish off of your silver plated items. The biggest benefit of this method is how gentle it is. As long as you’re sure to use warm water specifically, and not hot water, there’s little risk of accidentally removing any of the lacquered finish on your silver along with the tarnish. Once you’ve ensured the temperature of your warm water, fill up your sink and add a few drops of dish soap. Wait for the dish soap to fully dilute before you submerge your silver plated items to avoid the risk of dark spots forming on the silver from concentrated dish detergent once the tarnish comes off. Then, dry the items with a soft cotton cloth. This particular method works best for light cleaning or the removal of minimal tarnish. So, if you have anything like silver plated tableware that has been used recently, this is the option you should try first for proper cleaning.