Since all printed porcelain products are heat treated at 800°C, they can be washed in the dishwasher and the prints do not come off. Printed porcelain products can be used in the dishwasher (2 years – 2 times a day) up to around 1500 washes, but hand washing is recommended for longer use and print brightness. Loss of brightness, scratching and fading can be seen in prints in use for more than 1 year. This period can be further reduced depending on the frequency of use of the products.
Printed glass products are heat treated at 600°C. However, printed glass products are not as durable as printed porcelain, fading, scratching and peeling of the prints can occur when washed in the dishwasher, so glass products should definitely be hand washed.
There are tonal differences between the colors of the logos you send on the screen or on paper and the prints made on glass or porcelain. If you are sensitive about this, please request a sample.
By using a technique called sandblasting on steel and glass products, diamond grit particles are sprayed onto the product with high-pressure air to abrade the surface. No paint is used in this process. We also use laser engraving.
Yes, please contact us if you are a supplier, wholesaler, promotional company or a hotel, restaurant, catering or cafe operator using large quantities of products.
Yes, we can use affordable imported or local products in line with the demand of our customers. For these requests, you can get information via live support, phone or e-mail.
Yes, we offer you porcelain and glass products with your desired photo, text or logo printed for such organizations. You can gift these products to your guests after the organization.
Porcelain, Ceramics and Glass
– Porcelain is longer lasting, durable and healthier than ceramic.
– Porcelain is a translucent (translucent) material.
– Glaze firing of porcelain is done at 1400-1500 ˚C.
– Porcelain products are waterproof, tightly structured and the glaze and paste are inseparable.
– Porcelain is a more expensive product than ceramic.
– Ceramic has a shorter lifespan and a more fragile structure than porcelain.
– Ceramic products are opaque (opaque) materials.
– Glaze firing of ceramics is done at 900-1200 ˚C.
– Ceramic products can pass liquid through the unglazed area underneath during use and capillary glaze cracks are formed due to this.
– Ceramic is a cheaper product than porcelain.