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Sep 12th, '11, 05:07
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Re: Tea Trays Part Two

by Alex » Sep 12th, '11, 05:07

Pour boiling water over it then dry it off with a cloth. Just to wash the tea away....here's some pics I just took today for this thread. As I've said its been used every day for 2 and half years and even been left out over night a couple of times.

I didn't clean it up before photos that's just how it stands in daily use.

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Sep 12th, '11, 21:22
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Re: Tea Trays Part Two

by ycleong » Sep 12th, '11, 21:22

Alex wrote:Pour boiling water over it then dry it off with a cloth. Just to wash the tea away....here's some pics I just took today for this thread. As I've said its been used every day for 2 and half years and even been left out over night a couple of times.

I didn't clean it up before photos that's just how it stands in daily use.

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Daily use for 2 years plus and the condition looks practically new. My next tea tray will be ebony. :)

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Re: Tea Trays Part Two

by fracol » Sep 12th, '11, 22:41

Ya, that tray looks really nice. Good tip on cleaning it too.

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