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Decanter Cleaning Beads - Review

Balls of Steel

 



Decanter cleaning beads

Ever wondered how to get the stains and deposits off the bottom of your beautiful crystal decanters? The answer is simple: cleaning beads. Just drop these tiny stainless steel beads into your decanter, add water, gently swirl, empty and rinse. Use the beads as often as necessary; just be sure to rinse them each time. Separating the beads from the rinse water isn't so easy, though. These little balls kept running away from us! In the end, we had to use a strainer. Moreover, we still haven't figured out how to dry them. So, while these balls of steel make cleaning decanters easy, they are themselves not so easy to clean.

Price: $22

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by Barnaby Hughes

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