Chip wrote: woozl wrote:
Or placing on a nice mahogany table
+1, or any scratchable or water sensitive surface.
I learned this lesson the hard way...
I had my hagi mizusashi (yes, I now have 2 mizusashi...
) on the kitchen counter, which is some sort of cheap laminate (I live in an old apartment building).
When I picked it up to use it, I noticed the counter looked... rough. Well, it turns out the mizusashi gets a little damp on the bottom (not a leak, just moist; or perhaps some water had trickled down the side and gotten underneath), and that, combined with the rough hagi surface caused the countertop to... dimple -- little bumps all over.
It did not dry out and go back to normal. I don't think it's really noticeable, but... whoops! haha
I might try to take an SOS pad to them or something, but I'm worried that'll just rip them off and expose the undersurface. Stupid, cheap laminate!