Why is some ceramic tableware easy to get moldy？
It’s frustrating when your ceramic tableware starts to get moldy after just a few uses.
You might think that it’s because you’re not cleaning it properly, but the real reason is that most ceramic tableware is fired under a low temperature to save the cost. It is low-density if the ceramics are fired at low temperatures. This means that it can easily absorb moisture and bacteria, which leads to mold growth.
Ceramics from Fenn Home is fired under 1280 to 1310 degrees and made in high density, we call it “porcelain”, so it doesn’t easy to absorb moisture or bacteria. This makes it easy to clean and prevents the growth of mold. The most important thing is not to harm our health.