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The cast iron teapot has great heat retention properties, enabling the user to keep tea warm for long periods of time. It is also a great way to serve tea because of its beautiful, elaborate designs. Traditional designs were also limited to those inspired by nature, or abstract designs. Today, you'll be able to find them in a lot of different designs with a lot of different themes.
Most are also coated with enamel on the inside to prevent rust from forming. As we all know, when frequently exposed to moisture (especially water), cast iron tends to rust. This is prevented by a thin layer of enamel coating. Some also come with tea infusers, enabling you to brew tea without having to make a mess. These are a great way to brew, serve and drink tea. Drinking water that boiled by the iron teapot will prevent and reduce high blood pressure, which is very helpful for people who has high blood pressure. And this cast iron teapot has collection value and appreciation with its fine workmanship and high grade materials.
1.Please put the tea leaves and water into the iron kettle and then boiling it for about 10 minutes when first use of iron teapot. So the tannin contained in the tea and iron dissolved from the teapot will passivate a tannin iron epithelium in the surface of teapot, which can prevent the rust. Pour out the boiled water, repeat 2-3 times, until the water become transparent and clear.
2. It is recommended to use the new buying teapot every day when you are going to start to use it, so that incrustation can be quickly stuck.
3. Under the condition of high temperature of the teapot body, it is not allowed to add cold water at once so as to avoid affecting the thermal insulation effect.
4. After each or daily use, Take the teapot on a stove to make it fully evaporate the water inside the kettle after each or daily use, and then dry it with a soft cloth, and do not let water stay in the teapot overnight.
5. Put the used newspaper or charcoal into the teapot to keep dry if you don‘t use it for a long time.