Published at Monday, September 10th 2018. by Kellie Robbins in Dinner Plates.
Do your want to try tropical salads to go with your tropical design plates? Not necessary, just your normal salads that you make at home will do.
So you‘ve just been and splashed out on a brand new set of dinner plates which match beautifully with your new dining room décor. Whether you have chosen bargain basement items or a top of the range dinner service, I am sure that you want to look after your new dinner plates as well as possible. If you damage and break even one item from a set of dinner plates it can be a nightmare trying to replace it with something similar without having to buy a whole new set. Here are the answers to some common questions about how to best look after dinnerware.
This type of square plate is perfect for a casual lunch with friends or a Friday evening gathering that you want to keep light and friendly. Play with colors and coordinate with other types of dinnerware to get the perfect vibe for your casual gatherings.
Could the dishes be damaged by putting them in the microwave oven? To answer that question you will have to look for the markings on the dishes themselves. If you see the words ˝microwavable˝ or "microwave-friendly", the dishes are safe to put in the microwave oven.
Danger of breaking - The problem with this material is that it breaks easily. If you have children, porcelain might not be the most suitable material to use on the dinner table daily. Even a well-behaved child or adult will break something occasionally. Therefore, use your expensive set of porcelain plate occasionally. If you love this material so much, buy sets of medium to lower quality as well. These are cheaper and you cannot feel the pain for replacing the broken plates often.
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