Ceramic tableware is a common item in our daily life, but do you know any tips on how to choose?
1. When choosing ceramic tableware, do not choose to decorate with glaze, especially the inner wall of ceramic tableware should not be painted. You can choose to use under-glaze or medium-glaze decoration, such as blue and white is a ceramic that people like to decorate with under-glaze.
2. The ceramic tableware bought back should be soaked and boiled in 4 vinegar water. This can remove most of the toxic substances and greatly reduce the potential harm of ceramic tableware to the human body.
3. Don't store acidic food and fruit juice, wine, coffee and other beverages with ceramic tableware for a long time. Because the longer the ceramic tableware holds acidic food or drink, the higher the temperature, the easier it is to dissolve lead, which is equivalent to aggravating the toxic and side effects of lead dissolution.
4. Whether the appearance is correct, whether there are damages, spots, bubbles, and smooth. Ceramics with prickly, spotty, and even cracked surfaces are easily spilled with lead in glaze, which is not suitable for tableware.
5. When choosing porcelain with gold and silver decoration, wipe it with your hand, it will not be faded.
6, a few taps, the sound is crisp and good quality, dull or hoar sound is inferior.
7, porcelain adhesives are mostly high in lead, and porcelain should not be used as tableware after making up.
8. The glazed surface of the porcelain is fired at a temperature above 800 degrees, and it can not reach 800 degrees. Low temperature glazes will be harmful to the human body. It is best to reach 1350 degrees porcelain.
9. When choosing a complete set of ceramic tableware, it is necessary to see whether the glaze color, picture, gloss, and style of each piece are consistent and symmetrical.
10. Thin-ceramic ceramic tableware should be taken care of under sunlight or light. It should be transparent, thin and light, and uniform in thickness.
The above is the main content of how to select ceramic tableware.