Do not use your enamelware in the microwave. Remember there is metal/steel under the enamel.
Do not scrub with abrasive materials on the enamel surfaces. Avoid wire brushes, steel wool, scouring powders and use sharp-edged metal utensils with care to prevent scratching.
- Dishwasher safe (preferably on a light/glass cycle to keep the design bright and shiny). After dishwashing or hand washing, be sure to dry the underside of the rims to avoid any rusting.
About the Maker
Born and bred on a property in the Dumaresq Valley in Northern New England, Glenda has vivid memories of a childhood exploring abandoned house ruins on the family property with her siblings and cousins. While not much remained, there was the enamel mugs, plates, wash bowls and pitchers discarded in the old wash room, a little banged and blackened, but still beautifully intact and perfectly usable. Adventures around the shed revealed horse gear hanging from the roof, waxed canvas tool rolls, fire wood carriers and old oil skin coats. Little Echidna Home was born from a desire to showcase these timeless pieces, a part of Australian nostalgic history, and to bring these wonderful products back to life for daily use in every household.