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    Enamelware Horo FAQ

    Enamelware, also known as Hōrō or 琺瑯, is a type of cookware and kitchenware made by fusing a glassy glaze onto the surface of metal, usually iron. This process creates a durable and versatile material that combines the best qualities of both metal and glass.

    Yes, enamelware is safe to use. It is made from iron and glass, and there are no harmful substances used in its construction.

    Enamelware offers several advantages, including excellent heat conduction for cooking, high cooling efficiency for storage, corrosion and acid resistance, beautiful colours and glossy finish, non-stick surface, and ease of cleaning and maintenance.

    Enamelware is compatible with most stovetops, including gas, electric, and induction stoves. However, it is essential to check the individual products in particular for induction stoves as the maximum voltage may vary.

    Absolutely! Enamelware is oven-safe and can withstand high temperatures. It is suitable for baking, roasting, and broiling.

    Caring for Enamelware

    Enamelware is generally dishwasher-safe. However, for best results and to preserve its longevity, it is recommended to handwash it with mild soap and a soft sponge. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or metal scouring pads that may damage the enamel surface.

    To prevent chipping or cracking, avoid subjecting enamelware to rapid temperature changes. Do not place hot enamelware directly in cold water, as it may cause thermal shock. Handle it with care and avoid dropping it onto hard surfaces. Use wooden or silicone utensils to prevent scratching the enamel surface.

    Yes, enamelware is highly resistant to acids and can be safely used with acidic foods and liquids, such as tomatoes and citrus fruits. Its non-reactive nature ensures that the taste and quality of the contents remain unchanged.

    Yes, it is best to avoid using strong acidic or alkaline cleaners, as they may damage the glaze over time. Stick to mild soaps and gentle cleaning agents for routine maintenance.