These generously-sized salt and pepper shakers are suited to everyday use or special dinners. They seal tightly with rubber bungs on the bottom, and the insides are left unfinished.
- If the outsides get sticky, as shakers do, wipe them with a damp cloth and dry with a towel.
- The shakers can be also be washed by hand with warm soapy water, but please don't let them soak. Rinse well, and allow to air dry for a day or two, with the stoppers removed, before refilling.
- Tip: In humid climates, a teaspoon of raw rice in the salt shaker will help keep the salt flowing smoothly.