Tableware is closely related to human health. Perhaps you think the pots and pans you use for washing are enough. Actually, it's not. For tableware, the materials used to make it are also related to the health of the users. The materials used for making tableware generally include ceramics, enamel, wood, bamboo, plastic, glass, iron, aluminum, copper, stainless steel, etc. Research has shown that tableware made of certain materials can have adverse effects on human health if used improperly. Therefore, when purchasing ceramic tableware, we should make choices based on different functions.
1.When choosing ceramic tableware for microwave ovens, it is important to avoid using metal decorated ceramic tableware. If it has patterns with gold edges, silver edges, or gold decorations, or products embedded with metal wires.
2. Dishwasher products should choose ceramic tableware with thick edges and curved reinforced edges, as these products are not easily damaged during the washing process.
3. When using ceramic tableware containing acidic food, it is advisable to purchase products with fewer surface patterns as much as possible.
4. When choosing, also pay attention to whether the pattern color is bright. If it is not bright, it may be that the temperature during flower baking does not meet the requirements, and the leaching amount of lead and fluorine in such products is often high.
5. Pay special attention to ceramic tableware with patterns that can be wiped off by hand. This product typically has a high solubility of lead and cadmium.