Ceramic Tableware Care: Tips for Longevity and Shine

Have you ever paid attention to how to take care of ceramic tableware to extend its service life? Ceramic tableware is used very frequently in daily life. Sometimes you may find yellow stains or breakage on ceramic tableware that has been used for a long time. This is all because you don't use the right way to care for ceramics. Proper care ensures longevity and maintains its beautiful shine, which is an investment in your dining experience. In this blog, we will share some practical tips for caring for ceramic tableware.

1. Gentle Cleaning

Use mild detergents when cleaning ceramics. To avoid causing damage, you should try to avoid using cleaners containing abrasive creams, steel brushes, abrasive sponges and so on. This is especially true for vessels with gold and silver coloring. However, if you use a dishwasher, make sure it is suitable for ceramics. For stubborn stains, you can use baking soda mixed with water and gently scrub the affected area.


2. Proper Storage

Some people may ask why my ceramics appear to be moldy. This is because of the wrong storage method. If you store the cleaned ceramics with moisture, it is easy to get moldy and produce stains and cracks. Wipe it dry immediately after cleaning and stack it carefully to prevent scratches.

3. Avoid Sudden Temperature Changes

Ceramics can break when exposed to drastic changes in temperature. Therefore, after taking the plate out of the refrigerator, you need to let it sit for a while and avoid moving it directly to the microwave and vice versa. Make sure your ceramic is safe to use in the microwave before heating.

4. Prevent Knocks

In the daily use of ceramics it is necessary to hold them gently to avoid knocks. If chipping does occur, it is best not to use it regularly.


With these simple care tips, your ceramic tableware will continue to add elegance and style to your meals for years to come.

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