It is antibacterial and can be safely used as tableware. A craftsman finishes it by hand one by one. Since ancient times, tin has been used for sake cups and tea utensils, as it is said that "water in a tin vessel does not rot" and "it removes the unpleasant taste of sake and makes it more delicious." It is also recommended as a gift.
[Precautions for use]
After use, use a soft sponge and wash with kitchen detergent (neutral). When the luster becomes dull, please use baking soda. Also, since tin (100%) is soft, do not rub it with a hard scrubbing brush. It may scratch the surface.
Do not place near fire as it has a low melting point. Because it is metal, it cannot be used in a microwave oven. Do not use the dishwasher or dryer as it can get hot.
Do not put in the freezer, as the tin may deteriorate due to low temperatures. Also, please refrain from long-term storage in the refrigerator. Also, do not leave sour or dark colored items in for a long time. Doing so may cause discoloration.
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