Care instructions for chinaware
To keep your china in the restaurant in top condition, you can use our simple care instructions:
WASH CHINAWARE IMMEDIATELY AFTER USE
Food residue left after a meal can easily discolor delicate details. China is particularly sensitive to dishes with strong acids such as apple and lemon. Therefore, it is essential to try and wash the china after use. If you cannot clean the dishes immediately, it is recommended that you rinse off the food residues from the chinaware.
SOAK CHINAWARE FOR BURNT-ON DIRT
Soaking your china for half an hour will release burnt-on dirt more easily. Then you avoid using scouring agents or steel wool, which easily scratches the glaze, which can cause the china to become dull.
USE THE DISHWASHER
Most chinaware can be washed in a dishwasher. If you want to keep your china in good condition for a long time, you should use a rinse aid. It reduces friction, and you avoid ugly scratches on your plate when you stack them on top of each other.
REMOVE GRAY COATINGS WITH ACID
Remove the gray coatings that may appear on your china using ascorbic acid, citric acid or the like. The cause of the coating is often carbonates in the water, which can dry on the porcelain surface and be difficult to wash off.
AVOID MICROWAVE IF THE CHINAWARE IS DECORATED WITH METAL
Most chinaware series can be heated in the microwave. However, you should never heat your china in the microwave if it is decorated with any kind of metal. The metal in the china can start to crackle and flash in the microwave.