vinegar has such a strong aroma I would be very wary of putting it in a teapot.... especially a clay or porous teapot. I've read recommendations on this board of using baking soda and water but honestly for me, hot hot water and a soft bristled tooth brush is all I've ever needed.
Unglazed pots develop desirable build-ups. Little needs to be done to maintain them except hot water rinsing and thorough drying ... leaving the lid off for longer than you think necessary. Sometimes the spout will need a good bottle brushing however.
Okay never mind then . I saw that you have ordered from tea masters. I sent him an email requesting a price list and he hasn't answered me . It says he's online but I'm not sure. Is he a really good vendor?
Thanks very much victoria! I'm not sure what ollongs i like I have had mostly adagios oolong like the wuyi ensemble,huang jin bolero, and oolong # 18. I have also tried house of cha's iron buddha fire roasted oolong which was nice and unique. I'm willing to try whatever. I just hate buying tea that isn't good