The white teapot 8 cups black felt 44oz / 130cl Salam by Guy Degrenne is part of a range, ideal for moments of tea. The teapot created in 1953, is perfect for tea lovers. The lined steel bell with a felt keeps the tea warm twice as long as conventional teapots.
Salam teapot consists of a porcelain body (carafe) with a protective bell stainless steel, an insulating felt inner layer of the bell and a filter infuser.
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The cutlery, the accessories and any stainless steel ustensils stand themselves out by a long-span resilience. We recommend you nonetheless to follow the advices as below to maintain their shape and longlife resistance.
It would be advisable to always wash your products in stainless steel before they are first used.
As far as the daily cleaning of stainless steel products goes, use somer water and neutral soap and then rinse them and dry them with a dried and sweet cloth so as to avoid water traces.
If there are sediment marks on your cutlery or others accessories made in stainless steel, you should rather use white vinagar to take off the encrusted sediment. Also respect the brushing direction while cleaning with some white vinegar.
What you should avoid : Never use neither bleach nor abrasive items such as "sponge" or "steel wool" or you will definitely ruin your products made in stainless steel. Do not place your cutlery and accessories into a dishwasher
and along with others metal (iron, silver and so on...) or even along with proucts that may have got rusty stains.
Indeed, electrolysis may happen and then risk to definitely damage your cutlery and/or accessories.
China / Porcelain
The crockery in porcelain is particularly resistant and, unless otherwise indicated in the product details, go to the dishwasher. In case of a hand washing, we advise you to use a soft sponge and a cloth which does not scratch to dry your China crockery. If you do want to use a cleaning product, the best option is to take a housework product that is both universal and alimentary.
It is worth noting that some products in porcelain such as ramekins and others go to traditional ovens and microwaves. Nonetheless, be vigilant to respect the instruction rules and among others, the temperatures recommended by the sellers. Besides the baking dishes which are especially made to be heat-resistant, the porcelain will badly withstand thermal shocks. Therefore, you better not place cold crockery directly into a hot oven.