Porcelain products, like many beautiful but fragile things, require careful and careful care. But how to wash these elegant, weightless creatures, if they are afraid to take them in your hands? However, washing porcelain is not such a difficult task, it only requires care and compliance with a few simple rules. We will tell you about them.
HOW TO USE AND CARE FOR PORCELAIN DISHES CORRECTLY
Wash dirty porcelain and earthenware dishes first with hot water, which is added a little baking soda, and rinse in cold water. If the dishes are gilded, wash them only with warm water and soap: soda, as well as various powders and pastes, washes off the gilding.
Porcelain dishes can be washed with a warm solution of salt (3 tablespoons per 1 liter of water).
Earthenware dishes after use should be washed with water with ash, well rinsed and dried in the oven, and in the summer — in the sun.
To remove stains from porcelain dishes, wash them with warm water, adding a little ammonia.
Do not pour out the water in which the potatoes were cooked in the uniform. It washes glass, earthenware and earthenware dishes well.
Dishes should be washed with hot water with dry mustard powder or with baking soda.
Brown plaque in a porcelain teapot is easy to remove if you pour a solution of baking soda into it at night. In the morning, the solution should be poured out, the inside of the kettle should be wiped and rinsed well.
If the porcelain is dark, wipe it with baking soda or vinegar and salt.