Ceramic Coated Stainless Steel Flask
Lid Care and Usage
The ceramic-coated interior of your flask requires gentle care to maintain its condition. Use warm water, mild detergent, and a soft sponge or cloth to clean the inside. Avoid abrasive cleaners or brushes that could scratch the ceramic coating. Rinse thoroughly to ensure no soap residue remains.
Your stainless steel flask is designed to handle hot beverages due to its insulating properties, but avoid exposing it to rapid or extreme temperature changes, which can damage the ceramic coating. Allow hot beverages to reach a drinkable temperature before pouring them in to prevent potential thermal shock.
Clean the flask's lid with warm, soapy water, and ensure it's completely dry before screwing it back on. If the lid has rubber components, check regularly for wear and tear. Avoid over-tightening the lid, as this could strain the ceramic coating or the threading.
When not in use, store your flask with the lid off to prevent any moisture buildup inside, which could promote bacterial growth or odors. Keep it in an upright position in a cool, dry place. Avoid storing it near heavy objects that could dent the exterior.
Regularly inspect your flask for any signs of damage to the ceramic coating, such as chips or cracks. While the stainless steel exterior is robust, a compromised ceramic layer could affect the flask's insulating properties and the taste of your beverages.