Ceramic Clock in Kitchen

Introduction

Food lovers know well: many times, especially if we talk about first, the dish to be served must be dished up in no time, passing directly from the pot to the pot. To have both hands free though, you need to install a second Pan, perhaps directly on the table: because the high temperatures the stove on which we have made sure that the metal absorbs large amounts of heat, it is likely that the Pan may cause severe damage to the material of which the floor on which the support is made of. To work around this problem, there are some special accessories called trivet or heat-resistant discs to be placed between the pot and the area of the Park. If you have a decent manual, you can also opt for DIY, using materials that are commonly found in home: see in particular how to make a trivet with a ceramic watch.

Ceramic clocks, which typically have dimensions similar to those of a dinner plate and are richly decorated, are easy to find in many kitchens: in fact, complement the warm and rustic often intended for the preparation of tasty dishes. To make a trivet, it is not necessary that the watch is working: in fact we will first remove the mechanism that allows the movement of the hands. Before doing this, however, we remove the batteries (LR6), usually to facilitate subsequent operation.

Removed the batteries, we proceed to disassembly real: on the front of the clock will be two or three hands, held on a central pivot through small nuts: these go nutso, perhaps with the help of a small clamp, moving counterclockwise. Every time we remove a nut, we extract its hand by pulling it forward with not too much force. Removed all hands, you arrive at a bigger nut that holds the last pin and the mechanism on the back: that we can remove all components, which will be in a single block. Some clocks may also exhibit of vines: in this case, remove them using a small Phillips screwdriver.

We got a ceramic plate free from all moving parts. If the Watch has been in the kitchen for a long time, you should be washed using a common degreaser: in fact when we cook small quantities of grease and dirt should be deposited on every object in the kitchen, forming a sticky patina. Typically clocks are already decorated, but we can further beautify our trivet with this simple operation: using cold colors for ceramic, sold in hardware stores, we draw two black hands of different lengths, so due to the original use of the object.