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How to remove tea stains from a purple clay teapot? To clean the tea stains from a purple clay teapot, soak it in vinegar for 5-6 hours and the tea stains can be easily washed away!
Maintenance of Purple Sand Pot

1. Clean the pot regularly: Use a soft cloth to remove dust and dirt on the surface of the pot.

2. Avoid direct sunlight: Sunlight can cause damage to the purple sand material, so it should be kept away from direct sunlight.

3. Keep dry: After use, make sure that the pot is completely dry before storing it in a dry place.

4. Check for cracks regularly: Check for any cracks on the surface of the pot on a regular basis and deal with them immediately if discovered.
A purple sand teapot is a treasure for tea drinkers, but to make it show its true personality, it must be taken care of correctly. Brewing the pot is the best way to take care of it, which can be divided into six points specifically:
Thoroughly clean the inside and outside of the teapot. Whether it’s a new or an old teapot, before taking care of it, remove any wax, oil, dirt, and tea stains from the teapot body.
2. Be careful not to get any oil on the purple clay teapot. Oil is the worst enemy of the purple clay teapot; if it gets stained, it must be cleaned immediately. Otherwise, the tea won’t be absorbed and only oil stains will remain.
The more tea is brewed, the more tea juice is absorbed by the teapot. When the earth crust is absorbed to a certain extent, it emits a glossy light like jade from the surface of the teapot.
4. Wipe and brush moderately. After the pot surface is stained with tea juice, use a soft-bristled small brush to brush off the accumulated tea in the pot, flush it with boiling water, and then wipe it slightly with a clean tea towel, but do not push and rub constantly.
After using, clean and dry it. After making tea, remove the tea leaves thoroughly to avoid any smell and rearrange the area.
Give the teapot a rest. After steeping for a while, the teapot needs to rest so that the clay can dry completely and naturally before using it again. Following these six steps to maintain a bright teapot may take longer but the brightness can last longer and not fade away even if touched by human hands.

How to Start Using a New Kettle?
Traditional Operation Method:
1. Identify the problem.
2. Analyze the data related to the problem.
3. Formulate a plan for solving the problem.
4. Execute the plan and evaluate its effectiveness.
5. Adjust and refine the plan if necessary.
Separate the pot and lid, and place them in a clean container filled with water, the container should be large enough so that the entire pot is covered with water.
Put some tea leaves (the ones you want to use for brewing) in the container and simmer them over low heat while being careful to watch it and prevent the pot or lid from hitting against the walls of the container and causing damage.
Slowly cook for about an hour, remove the heat source and let the pot remain in a container covered with water, cool slowly and leave it for one day.
The next day, take out the pot, pour away the mud and silt remaining in the pot, and carefully rinse the pot with clean water. Repeat steps 1-3 once.
Take out the pot the next day, and wash it with hot water carefully. After this treatment, the pores in the pot are all opened and ready to use.
A Simple Solution:
1. Identify the problem.
2. Develop a plan to address it.
3. Execute the plan.
4. Monitor and adjust as needed.
Pour the newly boiled water into the pot and let it sit for 5-10 minutes.
Pour in newly boiled water into the kettle again, and put 1 teaspoon of the tea leaves that you will use in it for 5-10 minutes. Pour out the water from the kettle afterwards.
Now you can start using your new teapot.
How to clean a used purple clay teapot?
Do not use soap or any detergent to clean your teapot due to its special ability to absorb the scent of tea. After use, carefully empty the tealeaves in the pot and rinse with hot water. Open the lid of the pot and let it dry naturally. Be cautious not to let grease or other contaminants soil your beloved teapot.