How to Care For Melamine Dishes

How to Care For Melamine Dishes

Making use of their bright colors and durable construction, melamine dinnerware adds pizzazz to any snack or meal. The good news is that you�ve got the perfect melamine dish set to complement your d�cor, how do you look after it so that it lasts?

Melamine Dinner Sets

Like other plastics, melamine is a pretty tough material. But you can take a few simple steps to keep your dinnerware looking vibrant and stylish longer.

How to Take care of Your Melamine Dishes
�Do�s and �don�t�s of taking care of melamine

Do use soft sponges whenever you clean your melamine dishes manually.
Don�t use abrasive cleaning tools like steel wool on melamine, since they can scratch and cause wear.
Don�t use serrated knives or another sharp utensils, because they can nick the top of the plate.
Don�t put melamine inside a microwave oven. Its high temperatures may cause your dishes to warp or melt.
Don�t put melamine dishes inside a conventional or convection oven, either.
Do put melamine plates inside your dishwasher if you want-they�re dishwasher-safe! However, be aware that the dishwasher can fade your dinnerware�s colors somewhat.
Do inspect your dishes every so often and throw away any cracked, warped, or melted plates.
Do pre-soak your dinnerware for those who have stuck-on food or a particularly stubborn stain.
Melamine dish sets are simple to care for

Because it�s lightweight and more durable than porcelain, melamine is a long-time favorite for dinnerware. If you are know how simple it is to care for, you can enjoy your melamine dinnerware for some time to come.

Melamine Dinner Sets


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