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First, place the teapot on a flat surface. Fill it with hot water and add tea leaves, depending on how much tea you would like to make. After adding the tea leaves, cover the teapot and warm it over low heat for about 5 minutes. When done, pour it into a cup or teacup. Be careful not to spill any of the tea! Enjoy your drink!
Typically, newly purchased ceramics tea sets should be cleaned and disinfected to remove the new teapot’s earthy smell. Some people use boiling method to disinfect, that is to use a clean pot of water, put the teapot into the water, boil it on low heat, add some tea leaves inside, boil it for a while then take out the ceramics teapot and let it dry in a place free of odors. Boiling the teapot should not use too strong of a fire. It usually takes about half an hour. After boiling the ceramic teapot, pick it up and let it air-dry before washing with clean water, do not leave boiled tea residue inside of the ceramic teapot then let it air-dry again.

It is suggested that before using the newly purchased ceramic tea set, edible vinegar should be soaked to dissolve most of the lead. When washing, warm water should be added with detergent, scrubbed with a sponge or soft cloth, then rinsed with clean water and wiped dry with a soft towel. Do not use a rough brush or scouring cloth to scrub and avoid scratching the glaze of the ceramic tea set. For tea stains, edible vinegar or lemon juice can be used to soak and clean.

How to maintain the newly purchased porcelain teaware? To protect your porcelain from scratches and other damage, avoid using steel wool or any type of abrasive materials when cleaning. To keep it looking its best, hand-wash with mild dish soap and warm water and dry immediately. Do not use harsh detergents or cleaners as they can remove the glaze and cause discoloration. Avoid thermal shock by allowing hot items to cool before placing them in cold water.

To maintain teaware, firstly, thoroughly clean the inside and outside of the pot.

Whether it is a new teapot or an old one, it is necessary to clean the oil, wax = tea scale on the pot body before maintenance, so as to make the maintenance work more effective.

Take care of tea sets in two ways: brew more tea.

The more times tea is brewed, the more tea essence is absorbed by the pot. When a certain degree of absorption is reached, one will find that the surface of the teapot emits a glossy luster like jade.

First of all, it is the best to buy good-quality celadon tea sets. Ali Chuanci Tea Sets are still pretty nice!

Maintenance of Tea Sets Method 3: Avoid getting oily.

Teapots are the most afraid of being stained with oil, if accidentally stained with oil, must be cleaned immediately, otherwise the teapot will not only not absorb the tea water, but will leave an oily mark.

Care and Maintenance of Tea Utensils, Fourth: Wiping and Brushing Moderately

After the teapot surface has been splashed with tea juice, use a soft-bristled small brush to brush away the tea residue in the pot. Rinse it with boiling water and then wipe it with a clean tea towel. Do not scrub too hard.

Blue porcelain teapots are suitable for brewing what kind of tea?

Blue and white porcelain teaware is suitable for brewing green tea, clear tea, aromatic slices, and white downy dragon. It is recommended to use a pot with a higher density. In addition to the many advantages of porcelain teaware, it has the beauty of a green tea soup due to its green hue. However, if used to brew black tea, red tea, white tea or yellow tea, it will easily change the color of the Tea Soup. The use of teaware mainly depends on appreciating its colors, texture and unique cultural connotation.

Among them, blue and white porcelain teaware is most suitable for brewing green tea, for its glaze color is able to bring out the color of the tea soup. When brewing green tea, choose a clear flower-patterned porcelain with thin and white tire, which helps to view the color of the tea soup and dissipates heat. If green tea is brewed with boiling water for too long, it will produce a cooked flavor and lose its color. Therefore, when brewing green tea, the porcelain should be thin and white tire so as to dissipate heat more effectively, and the water temperature should not be too high.

Maintenance Method for Blue and White Porcelain Tea Sets

Blue and white porcelain tea sets are delicate and require proper care to maintain their beauty. To clean them, use a soft cloth and gentle dish detergent. Never submerge the tea sets in water or let them soak. After each use, wipe down the interior with a damp cloth to remove any residue. Dry off tea sets with a soft cloth and store them in a clean, dry place away from direct sunlight. If needed, you can lightly dust the exterior of your tea set with a soft brush or cloth. With proper care, your blue and white porcelain tea set will last for years to come.

Tea sets are certainly used for making tea. When using a celadon tea set, you can use a brush to moisten the surface of the tea set with tea soup so that you can appreciate the change of cicada wings on the surface of the tea set, and then start brewing. The most important thing after each use of celadon teapot is cleaning. Clean both inside and outside of the teapot at the same time, avoiding contact with oil stains. The washed celadon teapot should be placed in a dry and clean place.

Good teaware not only needs to be used for making tea, but also for taking care of. Every authentic celadon teaware carefully maintained and handled will have unique spirit. The changes in cicada wings pattern make each piece different , which also makes it rare and a good item to collect.