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Home > Tips for how to use and protect cast iron teapots

Do you know about the Cast Iron Teapot? Do you know how to use it? Do you know how to protect it for using long time? Maybe someone do , maybe others don’t. but I will tell clearly to you.

Cast iron teapots are very popular tea brewing vessels which originated in Japan and China. These are very practical to use as they are known to spread out heat evenly. They were mostly used in the olden days but are also used today as they help to keep tea warm for long periods of time. They are very practical as you can use them to drink your tea all day long and it will still be warm. They are very attractive and are loved by collectors and tea drinkers worldwide. This is the brief introduction of the Cast Iron Teapot.

The following will come to how to use it and protect.

Using cast iron teapots (with an enamel coating) for the first time requires gentle seasoning. For a cast iron teapot, simply rinse the inside of the teapot with warm water to wash away any factory residue and to warm the metal. Then, dry the tea pot surfaces off with a dry cloth or towel while it is still warm. The warming of the metal with the water will allow for better evaporation of the surface so it thoroughly dries.

 A Cast Iron Teapot is meant for brewing tea. Hot water from another source should be added to the tea pot and then the tea can be brewed inside. Some ground rules for caring for this type of non-kettle teapot are:

1. Never place the teapot on the stove; the fragile enamel lining will be damaged

2. Do not use scratchy, abrasive sponges or dish soap as this will also compromise the enamel coating

3. Do not place the teapot in the dishwasher or microwave

4. To clean, simply rinse with warm water and dry with a clean cloth

5. Never add cold water to a warm teapot

 From what we discussed above, I think you have already know the tips for how to use and how to protect the Cast Iron Teapot.