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Thank you! I’ve been searching for flatware to replace my 25 year old (and worn) set, and couldn’t figure out how to know when some product would have the same “heft” to it. I ordered some (and returned it) that stated that it was “heavy weight” but was light compared with my old set. Wish I had visited your site first. Thanks again! Bebe in Portland
Looking to replace open stock stainless steel flatware for church kitchen–knife, fork, teaspoon and soupspoon or table spoon–good quality, reasonable price
A simple test for telling the difference between 18/0 and 18/10 stainless is that 18/10 is not magnetic and 18/0 is. So just use a magnet when shopping for stainless steel silverware. 18/8 stainless steel – if made correctly to specifications should also be non-magnetic.
18/0 is softer and more likely to tarnish. 18/10 has nickel in it that helps keep a shine and make the over all stainless steel formula harder.
Hi! I couldn’t see any details. It just stops at “Here are some answers to help you choose which flatware is best for you.” May I know why? I’ve signed up. Thank you!
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Here’s the article you need about flatware specs:
Understanding the Differences in Flatware Stainless Specs
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