You will need
- - rubber basin;
- - soapy water, a salt or a solution of soda;
- - soft nylon brush or cloth;
- - hydrogen peroxide.
Wash your porcelain dishes by hand, preferably in a rubber basin or the sink with rubber mats. This will reduce the likelihood that a porcelain mug or bowl accidentally slips out of your hands and break.
To clean porcelain dishes , preferably with soap and warm water. Use only a soft nylon brush, or a rag. Clean porcelain dishes very carefully, not applying force. Dirt from hard to reach places detergent gently scrub with a toothbrush.
Instead of soapy water to clean the porcelain tableware can use a salt solution prepared from two liters of warm water and six tablespoons of regular table salt.
To clean porcelain dishes from tea or coffee stains, mix a teaspoon of ordinary baking soda with a teaspoon of warm water. The resulting tool, apply a rag or soft brush and very gently clean the porcelain from stains. Please note that this method of cleaning is not suitable for removal of stains with gilded porcelain tableware.
Try to clear pollution on a porcelain dish with the help of hydrogen peroxide. This method is quite effective. Its only drawback is that it is impossible to say exactly when the peroxide will corrode spot, in 10 minutes or two days. Once the pollution disappears, then place the porcelain dishes in cool distilled water for the same period during which she was in hydrogen peroxide.
If you are unable to clean porcelain tableware from contamination with the help of improvised means, think about purchasing a special detergent specifically designed for cleaning porcelain.
Porcelain dry utensils after cleaning to a China grill or the kitchen table, covered with a towel so as not to damage or scratch the surface.