Cleaning The Sveres or Whiskey Ball Ice ball tray

Cleaning The Sveres or Whiskey Ball Ice ball tray

The white residue that you may find stuck to your tray is calcium sulfate and from water you are using. The calcium sulfate coagulates when it freezes and when it unfreezes it sticks together creating a white powder. It's harmless so don't worry. Clean your tray by rinsing it under water and wiping with a sponge.


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