Caring For Your Dinnerware
Just as you want to consider storage space before buying dinnerware sets, you should also think about special care considerations before making your final decision. For example, dishwasher-safe, break-resistant dinnerware gives parents peace of mind, while microwave-safe dinner plates make reheating leftovers a breeze. Break-resistant dinnerware sets are ideal for outdoor entertaining. Always check the care instructions to verify if your dinnerware is dishwasher-, microwave- or oven safe.
To keep your dinner plates, bowls and other pieces looking great, follow these tips:
Remove hard-water spots on dinnerware and glasses by soaking pieces in white vinegar for three minutes before rinsing and towel-drying.
Remove coffee stains from mugs and fork marks from plates by rubbing a paste of baking soda and water over the area before rinsing and drying.
Stack plates and bowls that you use frequently, but nestle fine china or chip-prone dinnerware in a padded storage case or with felt between each piece to prevent scratching.
Set your table your way. Whether you choose formal dinnerware, casual dinnerware, something in between or both, having dinnerware you love gives you the ideal opportunity to brighten up a table and create new looks in a dining space for weeknight meals or entertaining with guests.
From mixing and matching different styles to looking for interesting textures, Pottery Barn understands dinnerware is open to your personal interpretation. And with so many options to choose from, it’s easy to narrow down your choices now that you’re equipped with key guidelines to make the selection that’s just right for your needs.
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