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The sun has such meaning for people of the north; we always feel that we never have enough of it. There is a feeling of sadness and loss in autumn, watching every day become shorter and shorter. We eagerly turn our faces to the sun in the few hours of fleeting winter light and dream of long bright summer nights. We long for the first warming rays of spring, shining through the melting ice. When the light starts to come back and when summer finally arrives, we worship the sun. Midnattssol is a celebration of our Scandinavian heritage. Summer and winter, black and white, darkness and light. A beautiful happy place!
Ceramic enamel is dishwasher safe and oven safe up to 180 °C. Do not use enamel in microwaves. It is safe for use on gas, electric and induction stoves. Match cookware to the size of your heat source and select low to medium heat for best results. Just like any other ceramic, the outer porcelain layer can chip if dropped, revealing the steel beneath it. When this happens the steel below naturally oxidizes and the enamelware remains safe to use. Enamelware is glass fused onto heavy-gauge steel. This makes it smooth, durable and chemically-resistant as well as great at holding brilliant, long-lasting colors. These products are hand-enameled and small imperfections can be expected.
To prevent cracking or warping, let the enamelware cool before contact with cold water. To remove stubborn food residue soak before cleaning. Use a sponge or cloth with hot soapy water when cleaning. Never use abrasive scouring powders, pads or steel wools when cleaning as this may damage enamel coating. Use wooden, plastic or heat -resistant nylon tools. The maximum limit to fill the cookware should be about 60-70% of its capacity. Handles and knobs may get hot. Always use pot-grabs and place on heat-resistant surface. Do not pre-heat the cookware or place over heat when empty.
Don't forget to purchase Blossom and Bill Enamel Mug Set!