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Dinnerware Care

Never use metal sponges on china. White plastic sponges are made for ceramic and glass dinnerware. Unload dinnerware one piece at a time from the dish machine. This avoids chipping and rims clicking together. A quiet dishroom is evidence of longer dinnerware and glassware life. Keep an adequate supply of dinnerware in stock. Proper rotation and careful handling will extend the service life of your dinnerware and keep replacement costs down.
Avoid thermal shock conditions, such as taking dinnerware from the freezer to oven to a cold surface. Also, do not heat dinnerware over an open flame. All of these actions can cause cracking.