- Porcelain Products
The porcelain products within the collection are dishwasher safe, suitable for use in an oven (up to a maximum of 392°F), and microwave-safe. It is important to avoid exposing the products to sudden temperature changes and direct exposure to open flame during cooking.
When washing the products in a machine;
- Avoid using detergents with high alkaline content.
- Use special anti-limescale salts in the dishwasher.
- Make sure to remove porcelain items from the machine when they are completely dry.
- When washing porcelain and metal items in the machine, arrange them in a way that they do not come into contact with each other.
- Glass Products
- You should wash the glass and porcelain products in the collection by hand, using liquid detergent and a soft sponge. Avoid using abrasive surface cleaners or scrubbing with wire.
- The products are not suitable for oven and microwave use.
- Do not place steel utensils such as forks, spoons, knives, etc. inside glass cups.
- Stainless Steel Products
Forks, spoons, and knives are made of 304 grade (18 Chrome / 10 Nickel) stainless steel. 304 grade steel is a corrosion-resistant material.
- The forks, spoons, and knives in the collection should be washed by hand using liquid detergent and a soft sponge. Avoid using abrasive cleaners, granulated cleaning materials, or scrubbing with a wire brush.
- Avoid using corrosive chemicals such as vinegar or bleach, as they can cause deformation and corrosion on the product.
What is Corrosion?
The exposed surfaces of metal parts are covered with an oxide layer in humid environments and outdoor conditions. Shiny structural parts made of unalloyed and low-alloy steels become covered with rust spots after a while under these conditions. This condition is called corrosion.
How to Prevent Corrosion?
It is important to keep the products dry at all times. After each wash, they should be dried thoroughly with a dry cloth to ensure no water residue remains. Store them in a dry and cool area.