A dough resulting from the mixture of several clays and with the addition of chamotte, which can be used to make any object in a wide variety of shapes and sizes.
The clay is baked at 1100°C for 2 times, the first time for the formation of the “ bisque “ and the second time for the vitrification of the glaze.
The clays, the turning and the subsequent baking are processes related to the nature of the raw material and craftsmanship of the process.
For regular cleaning it is recommended to use a damp cloth, preferably cotton and simple natural soap. It is recommended to rinse off soap residue after use and dry with a clean cloth.
Avoid leaving materials such as toothpaste, solvent, caustic cleaners, alcohol, bleach on the surface as it could damage the finish.