You can keep your Fiesta plates in great shape by following the advice for the use and care provided by the producer of the ceramic tableware. The Homer Laughlin China Co. introduced Fiesta dishes in 1936. Colored in bright red, yellow, cobalt blue, green, ivory or turquoise, they were an immediate success. Fashion trends caused a change in cakes and earth tones, but sales dropped and the company retreated from the line in 1972. It was reintroduced in 1986 as a result of growing interest in the collector of old ceramic Fiesta. The new line has unleaded enamel and included 38 colors in November 2010, with the company adding a new color per year.
Set the oven temperature to 350 degrees or below when it is time to heat the food in Fiesta dishes and 500 degrees or less when using Fiesta baking items. To keep dishes from cracking or breaking, do not place them directly above or below open flames. Wash the dishes in the dishwasher Party to remove the normal residue or wash them gently by hand with gentle scrubbers.
Remove coffee, tea or juice stains by filling cups or cups with warm water. Remove the gray spots on Fiesta plates with a porcelain cleaner or copper cleaner. The marks are the result of metal cutlery that comes in contact with the ceramic enamels of the tableware. The company Homer Laughlin recommends the use of Wright copper cleaner to remove them.
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