1.Why Choose YumCuteHome Enameled Plates?
●The surface of the enamel
is non-toxic and tasteless, So you can safely use the enameled plate to store food directly.
●Enamel is a glass material with a smooth surface,so it is not easy to breed bacteria.Therefore it is easy to clean.
●Enamel not only has excellent chemical stability, but also has components that resist acid and alkali corrosion.So it is suitable for storing food.
●The enamel surface is inert,smooth and non-porous, so it will not change the taste of the food.
●When you put enamel plates on the dining table or kitchen, it is also a very special decoration.
●When you give the vintage plate as a exquisite gift to friends or guests, it will leave a deep impression on them.
●These enamel plates are stackable and won't take up a lot of space in your cabinet.
2.Use and Clean Instructions：
●Enamel plates can be placed directly in the oven, but do not put them in the microwave oven;
●Please use only a soft sponge and detergents containing no abrasives or corrosive chemicals to clean the plates, and insist on drying the plates thoroughly after each wash, and then store them in a dry place to maintain the original appearance of the plates;
●In order to avoid rapid temperature changes and damage the enamel surface, if the plate is overheated, do not immediately use cold water to cool the enameled plate. Instead, let the plate cool down before cleaning;
●If the enamel dish is accidentally colored by food or needs to remove the stubborn food residue on the plate, you can add water and a small amount of baking soda to the plate, and then use plastic, rubber, silicone or wooden utensils to scrape the food after heating for a while.Clean it again, it will have a good cleaning effect. (Avoid using any sharp objects or metal utensils as they may scratch the surface of the plate)
●Although dishwasher is safe, hand washing is recommended to preserve the cookware’s original appearance.
*This enamel plate is a purely handmade enamel product with complicated procedures. Due to the limitations of traditional technology, it is inevitable that there will be partial defects, such as:
●The enamel on the red and blue edges of the plate is unevenly colored;
●There may be some black ruts on the edge of the plate, because the plate needs to be hung in a high-temperature oven with hooks when glazing. So these ruts will not be glazed;
●There may be some small black spots on the surface of the plate, because the dust in the environment will fall on the glaze during the high-temperature baking process;
●In the firing process of enamel products, the glaze is not easy to adhere to the edges and seams of the plate, so the embryo may be exposed.