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If you're hoping to pick out a great set of measuring spoons, there are some easy things to keep in mind when selecting them. 

Decide on which material you'd like your spoons to be made out of, such as stainless steel or plastic. 

Look for measuring spoons that are dishwasher safe, easy to store, and have labels that won't wear off. 

It's also helpful to read reviews of the measuring spoons you're thinking about purchasing to ensure they're reliable.

 

Method 1:Finding Reliable Measuring Spoons

 

1. Select a set of measuring spoons with at least 4 different measurements. 

The most commonly used measurements are 1 tablespoon (15 ml), 1 teaspoon (4.9 ml), 1/2 teaspoon (2.5 ml), and 1/4 teaspoon (1.2 ml). 

Make sure your set of measuring spoons comes with all the measurements you’ll need when cooking or baking by looking at the packaging or at the labels directly.

- Measuring spoons often come in sets of 4 or 6, with the other measurements being 1/2 tablespoon (7.4 ml) and 1/8 teaspoon (0.62 ml).

 

2. Look for measuring spoons that come on a ring or are stackable. 

This makes them much easier to store

Choosing spoons that come on a ring is a good way to keep them all together so you don’t lose any while also being able to remove them from the ring when necessary.

- Stackable measuring spoons that fit inside one another neatly and are connected by a plastic or metal ring are the most common.

- Avoid super bulky measuring spoons that don’t stack on top of one another.


3. Go with dishwasher-safe measuring spoons for easy cleaning. 

If you don’t have a dishwasher, hand wash your measuring spoons using a dish soap. 

Otherwise, it’s easiest to choose measuring spoons that you can easily place in the dishwasher and not have to worry about them becoming warped or damaged. 

Check the packaging to make sure it says the measuring spoons are dishwasher safe before purchasing.

- Some plastic measuring spoons warp in dishwashers due to the high heat.

4.Opt for engraved labels so they don’t wear or wash off. 

Measuring spoon labels that are painted on often don’t last as long because they get rubbed off easily after being used. 

Pick out measuring spoons that have the labels of each measurement engraved into them to be sure they never wear off.

- Look for measurements in both the metric system and imperial system.


5. Check the reviews online to read about the measuring spoons.

If you want to be sure you get the best measuring spoons possible, it’s helpful to read the reviews written by people that have purchased and used them. 

Go online and click on a set of measuring spoons to see the reviews.

- Read reviews for information about how durable, reliable, or washable the measuring spoons are.


6. Purchase measuring spoons that have a warranty or guarantee, if possible. 

Some manufacturers will put a warranty on their kitchen products saying that if something is wrong with them or they break within a certain amount of time, they can be replaced. 

See if the measuring spoons you’re thinking about purchasing have any sort of guarantee that comes with them in case something goes wrong.

- While this isn’t completely necessary to look for, it can save you money if your spoons do happen to break or warp.

 

Method 2:Selecting the Material and Shape

 

1. Pick out stainless steel measuring spoons for long-lasting use. 

Measuring spoons made out of stainless steel are a popular choice because they’re very durable and last a long time. 

They won’t warp in the dishwasher and are a good choice if you do lots of cooking.

- Stainless steel measuring spoons will cost a bit more than plastic ones.


2. Choose plastic measuring spoons for a cost-efficient option. 

Plastic measuring spoons are a great alternative to stainless steel because they cost less and can be found in lots of different colors. 

Since they’re more cost-efficient, they likely won’t last as long, so you may have to replace them more frequently.

- Purchase colorful measuring spoons so you can just look at the color and know which measurement is which instead of having to check the label, if desired.

3. Pick out spoons that have a flat bottom to prevent spills. 

If you set down your measurements while you’re baking or just want to be able to lay the spoons flat on a table, opt for measuring spoons with flat bottoms. 

This keeps you from spilling dry or liquid ingredients and can also make measuring easier too.

- If they don’t have a flat bottom, some measuring spoons have special handles that prop up the spoons on a flat surface.


4. Select measuring spoons with a narrow head to fit into containers.

These are great for scooping out ingredients that have small openings in their bottles or boxes. 

Instead of perfectly round measuring spoons, look for ones that have a curved edge that’s more narrow to make your baking and cooking process easier.

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