Never Soak Enamelware In Water
Dry Enamelware Promptly After Washing

Enamelware’s greatest enemy is water.

Enamelware is made of steel, which will rust when exposed to water.  We trim our enamelware in stainless steel to help prevent water from reaching the exposed metal underneath.  In a dishwasher, water is splashed onto the enamelware and allowed to immediately run off the plate. However, when the enamelware is soaked, water will work its way deep under the rim to the metal beneath.  Once water is inside the rim, the enamelware will begin to rust.

Sometimes, small amounts of rust will still show up along the edges.  The rust is non-toxic and can be cleaned off by using a non-abrasive soft scrub cleaning product. 
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