So have got just been and splashed out on a brand new set of meal plates which match exquisitely with your new dining room looks. Whether you have chosen bargain basement items or a top of the range dinner services, I am sure that you want to look after your brand 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 anything similar without having to buy an entire new set. Here are the answers to some common questions about how to best care for dinnerware. Is it damaging for the dinner plates if I put them in the microwave? To answer this kind of question you need to check the eating plates that you own themselves. Many will have a mark around the plates themselves if they are 'microwaveable' or 'microwave-friendly'. If there is simply no mark on the plates then you should check the box the dinner plates came in. The reason I say this is that while it is not damaging to dinner system that have been specially treated, there are several sets which have characteristics thus, making them entirely unsuitable. For example any plates which have metallic paintwork or leading will cause sets off in the microwave. Also with windshield dinner plates there is a high-risk that they will smash if they have not been specially tempered for the heat.
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