Watch and read about how to setup, clean, and care for your Cliffset.
Slide the sprayer out of the cleaning tool with your thumb or by pushing it out at the base using a utensil handle.
The lid of the sprayer is pry-off. Push the base of the cap (not by the button).
Slowly fill up the sprayer with Pure Lemon Extract. It will fill quickly and the stem of the sprayer cap will displace liquid, so fill about 3/4 full to avoid spillage.
Push the cap back on until you hear it pop. The collar of the cap will be flush with the bottle when it’s fully shut.
Slide the sprayer back in while aligning the nozzle with the opening.
Clean your utensils immediately after eating as to avoid having to tackle stubborn, dried up food.
A couple pre-sprays will help lift oils and break up food particles.
Wipe off your utensils. Wrap the tip of the cleaning tool for a final touch. The ridges floss between fork prongs, rounded tip for inside of the spoon, and a flat profile edge for the knife blade.
Ensure the utensils are visibly clean.
While at home, hand-wash only instead of running them in the dishwasher. This will ensure the utensil paint coat has a long, bright life.
Spot clean the case.
When your utensils are clean to the eye, give your utensils a couple sprays on both sides.
Solutions that are 60-80% alcohol are ideal for disinfecting because it’s potent enough to kill bacteria, but dilute enough to keep from evaporating too quickly.
Let the alcohol sit for at least 30 seconds before wiping off. Better yet, let it evaporate away on its own.
At home, the stainless-steel utensils should be hand washed.
The carrying case should be spot cleaned when needed and left out to air dry.
To take Cliffset on a plane, leave the serrated knife at home or in a checked bag as per TSA policy