GUIDE FOR USE OF KITCHEN ENAMELWARE
To help you use and enjoy your new Enamelware, we would like to point out some distinctive characteristics of Enamel. With proper care, your enamelware should last for many enjoyable years to come!
- The enamel surface is applied by hand.
- Minor surface irregularities and unfinished edges can be a normal result of the metalworking and enamelling process.
- As with any kind of dinnerware, some scratching and dulling of the surface is likely to occur over time.
- Do not scrub with abrasive materials on enamel surface. Remove stains and burned-on grease with a soap-filled scouring pad or sponge.
- Use sharp edged metal utensils with care to prevent scratching.
- Do not use enamelware in the microwave.
- Do not allow enamelware to boil dry. This could damage the enamel surface.
- If enamelware should be left empty on a hot burner or in a heated oven, switch off and allow to cool slightly before adding liquid.
- Enamel on steel is hard and strong. But like all good ceramic materials, it will chip if handled roughly.