What is Enamel?
Enamel is a material produced by fusing powdered glass to a substrate. It is fired along with additive pigments. Covering the steel elements with enamel protects the base material from rust, gives the ware a pleasing aesthetic, and also guarantees health and safety whilst using the enamelware in the kitchen. The durability of the enamelware comes as a result of it being fired at high temperatures (about 850°C) This not only makes it durable but makes it suitable for use on every cooker (including induction hobs) and also makes it dishwasher safe.