How to care for table ware
- After use, wash with a cloth or sponge with lukewarm water or with diluted neutral detergent, and dry with a soft cloth.
(Do not soak it in hot/cold water.)
- Do not use microwave, dishwasher, dryer, etc. to avoid deformation and discoloration.
- Place paper or cloth between tableware and store in a cool place to avoid direct sunlight.
- Due to the nature of lacquer, it may have a distinctive smell at the beginning of usage.
If the smell is persistent, please put it in some hot water and leave for a while. Repeat the procedure until the smell is unnoticeable.
How to care for stationery and interior goods
- Due to its sensitivity against a strong light (especially sunlight), lacquerware will discolor and/or its glaze will deteriorate if it is exposed to direct sunlight for a long period of time. Please avoid placing under direct strong light, and store in a place where there is no light.
- The groundwork of most lacquerware is wood, and exposing lacquerware in an extremely dry place and high temperature may cause deformation and cracks. Use of a humidifier or placing a cup filled with water is recommended when placing lacquerware in a dry place.
- When lacquerware becomes dirty, wipe with a damp soft cloth (cotton is recommended). If water remains on the surface, wipe with a dry cloth.
- When handling lacquerware, please take off rings, wristwatch, etc. to avoid scratches.
Although we pay close attention to quality control, the lacquer that is used for our products may cause a rash or allergic reaction on your skin, depending on your constitution.
If you experience anything unusual, stop using the product immediately and seek medical advice.