The maintenance of refractory plate is very simple. You need to know the following maintenance skills.
To protect the surface
In addition to texture, color, value, you also need to think about what you are going to do with it before choosing the right material for you. Rough surfaces have different applications than smooth surfaces. For example, high gloss refractory boards are not recommended for heavy objects such as countertops. Black tends to magnify scratches and damage spots and fingerprints.
Scratch and impact protection
Fumejia ® refractory plates resist scratches and impact under normal service conditions.
Use a protective flat surface for chopping vegetables and meat.
Do not chop, cut, hammer or hammer directly on any refractory plate.
A kitchen knife or other sharp kitchen appliance can cut or scratch the laminate surface.
Use place MATS, dish MATS, and metal tripods on flat surfaces if necessary. A blow from a hammer or hammer can crack or gouge holes in the surface.
Use place MATS, dish MATS, and metal tripods on flat surfaces if necessary.
Porcelain and abrasive materials can cause scratches and premature wear. Do not slide these materials on a flat surface.
Hot hot items
Hot cookers or electric cookers, waffle molds, curling irons and hot rollers should not be placed directly on refractory plates, fresh from the stove, oven or microwave. Prolonged exposure to temperatures of 140°F (60°C) or higher may result in delamination of refractory plates. Please place metal tripods, thermal insulation pads or other protective devices under all hot cookers, heaters or other heating devices.
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