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From the basis of your beautiful dinnerware, you can adjust the formality of your dinner table to suit the event, the food you are serving and your own personal preferences. You can mismatch dishes for a carefree air, or add place cards for an elegant touch. And remember that just because you are creating a formal dinner table, doesn't mean your arrangement has to be dull or boring. You can accentuate your cutlery set with creative table decorations such as elegant candles or fresh bouquets of flowers.
If you are unfortunate enough to get a particularly stubborn stain a soft or nylon bristle brush and a stainless steel cleaner should be used. To remove scratches use a nylon scrubbing pad, follow along the polish lines for best results. Then clean with a mild soap and warm water. For more information on care and maintenance of metal tables go online or ask your local dealer.
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