All dinnerware, plain white or decorated without precious metals are dishwasher safe.
- All porcelain dinnerware is fireproof and ovensafe as the porcelain fires at 950 ºC, while the oven temperature goes up to 300 ºC.
- If your dinnerware is "dishwasher safe", you can put it in the dishwasher even if it is decorated with precious metals (platinum, gold, or platinum),.
- If you wash dinnerware decorated with precious metals by hand, do not put too much pressure on the decorated parts.
- Dinnerware decorated with precious metals should never be put in the microwave.
- If your dinnerware is decorated with precious metals you should use cloth or papper towel between each plate im order to stack them. In this way you avoid damaging the decoration.
- Do not submit your dinnerware to violent temperature changes. The changes should take place gradually from cold to hot .
- Wash your crystal glasses by hand using warm water.
- Avoid using hot water as well as violent changes in temperature.
- Do not leave your crystal glasses wet for a long time. After washing, wipe them with a soft towel.
- The drying towel should remain wet as it sticks to the glass and increases the possibility of breakage while wipping.
- Do not rub the crystal glasses with gold or platinum parts , and do not wipe them when they are too hot because it is possible to remove the metal decoration.
- If red wine leaves stains, while cleaning add little white vinegar in warm water and detergent.
- Pay attention to the glasses with unsure form cutters on the rim , as they are very vulnerable to bumps or falls .
Follow the same instructions for your crystal vases as well .
- The normal glasses without color decoration are dishwasher safe.
- After washing, do not leave them too long inside the dishwasher . Hot steam combined with moisture can cause blur.
- After washing, wipe the glasses with a soft cloth that has not been washed with fabric conditioner.
- Avoid draining as water salt leaves spots.
Follow the same instructions for your glass jars as well.
STAINLESS STEEL CUTLERY
- When stainless steel cutlery comes in contact with acidic foods ( e.g., vinegar , mustard , lemon , egg , mayonnaise ) , should be washed right after to avoid rusting .
- Wash in the dishwasher. Put all the knives together with the handle racing down in order to avoid contact that can cause scratches .
- If washing by hand , use a sponge rather than wire, as it can damage their shine.
- Do not put silverware or silver plated together with stainless steel cutlery in the dishwasher , because it causes an electrochemical reaction among the metals which may cause discoloration.
- Immediately after washing , wipe your cutlery with a clean, soft cloth.
- Do not store in a damp place and do not leave them in liquids or wet . Moisture causes spots.
- The stainless steel cutlery must not come into contact with hot surfaces because it causes discoloration .
Follow the same instructions for cutlery with plastic handles as well.
STAINLESS STEEL KITCHEN UTENSILS
- Wash stainless steel utensils in the dishwasher.
- If there are food remainings inside the pot , fill it with water and soap and let it soak for 5 minutes . In case the remainings are burned, put soap and water to the pot and boil it.
- Salt can damage stainless steel kitchen utensils. It is best to add salt when water boils.
- Do not place the pot without water on a fire burning . It should contain at least 1/5 water.
- Avoid washing the lid of pressure cooker in the dishwasher , as it consists of small items ( pressure valve , etc) that can be damaged .
- If blue or yellow spots appears on the pot clean it with suitable stainless steel cleaner .