For the same reason you can see yourself in a mirror but not in a pillow. The spoon usually has a smooth, reflective surface, while even metallic cloth would very rarely have sufficient smoothness and reflectivity for you to see your reflection.
Asked in Cheeses
What is the difference between cheese cloth and muslin?
Muslin is more tightly woven than cheese cloth. One can hold up a piece of cheese cloth and easily see through it, while one cannot see through muslin. ...
Asked in Physics
Why cant you see your reflection on a piece of cloth?
The cloth isn't shiny or smooth enough. It might seem smooth. The particles are quite rougher then the particles of a mirror. ...
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Why can't you see yourself in a piece of paper?
Since it does not reflect light. You can only see yourself in a mirror because it reflects light back into your eye, paper does not do this therefore you cant see yourself the reason is that the light rays are reflected in many directions because of the uneven surface. ...
Asked in Soups and Stews
You had your spoon in your soup while in the microwave?
What happens when you have your spoon in the microwave is it gets really hot and melts in the inside where you can't see it ...
Asked in Science
Why do you see an upside down reflection in the back of the spoon?
You'd actually see your upside-down reflection in the bowl of a spoon (the part where the food goes); any reflection you see on the opposite side will always be upright. The inside of a spoon acts as a concave mirror, which have the interesting property of creating an inverted image when the object being reflected is located outside the focal point. If you hold the spoon as close to your face as you can, you'd see your reflection upright. ...
If you held a colored cloth in front of you on the Moon what color would you see?
If you held a green cloth up in front of you on the moon; You would see green. Think about it...... ...
Asked in Science
Why cant you see your reflection in a piece of cloth?
The cloth is a non-reflective surface because the light is absorbed in the cloth instead of reflected or refracted like in a mirror or a pane of glass or a pool of water. BTW: A lightyear is 28,362,764,866,464,000 miles in distance. I just saw an answered question that didn't explain it at all and I thought you'd need at least one fun fact a day!! :)) ...
Asked in Clothing, History of Europe
Who created bathing suit?
Bathing suits don't officially have a creator, because since long ago people have either swam in nude or wore a piece of cloth, like the loin cloth. Slowly people improvised on the idea and over time it has developed by many people to what we now see. ...
Asked in Computers
Do you see things upside down?
Yes, we do in fact see things upside down until our brain turns it back around for us. You can prove this fact when you look at your self on the outside of a spoon, you will see yourself upside down! In fact our eyes see things the right way up but the image appears upside down in the retina, our brain works so fast that it can interpret the image quickly. +++ The spoon is no test of how sight works, but...
What do you not see if you look at yourself in the mayor?
*mirror You do not see your personality; You only see the superficial parts of yourself. ...