FAQ – frequently asked questions
What is enamel?
Enamel is powdered glass dust that completely melts at high temperature (about 800°C). It creates a smooth surface that does not lose colour.
Enameling is a thousands of years old technique – archaeologist found enameled items dating back in Mesopotamia.
Can be used on gas, electric and ceramic hob, induction, open fire (camp fire) as well as the dishwasher.
Can I use enamelware in a microwave?
Do not put it in the microwave. Our mugs are made from steel so it would explore.
Why is the colour of the items I received different to the one I saw online?
Each desktop / screen works using different technology so the colour might appear different on different screens. It is important to check how your screen is calibrated.
We will happily help you with any other questions you might have. Feedback or suggestions on how we can improve are most welcomed.