Before use of the Biscotto stone!

Biscotto stone prepping
Dear customer, thank you for choosing to buy stone from Biscotto Stones International. We hope you are satisfied and that in the time to come, you will learn to perfect the art of pizza baking.

Before first use
The stone has a top side and a bottom side. The top side has the smoothest surface, while the bottom side can be somewhat rough.
Burn-in takes place by placing the stone in the oven and baking at half power for 60 minutes. Then let the stone cool slowly down to room temperature before it gets a new roasting round, but now at full power, for 60 minutes. After this, the Biscotto stone is burnt and ready for use.

Cleaning and maintenance
Do not use soap and water. Brush the stone clean with a brass brush on hot stone. Avoid wire brush as it is too hard against the stone. Fine dust can be removed with a slightly damp cloth when the stone is cold.

Biscotto stone is not a perfectly carved stone
Due to the fragile nature of the stone, we do not offer any guarantee on the stones. This is standard industry practice. If your stove comes with a broken or cracked stone, you must contact us immediately.

Unfortunately, we can not replace stones that have minor damage. Because these stones are handmade, air-dried and then oven-dried, it quite often results in imperfections and tiles along the edges. Such minor damage does not change the performance of the stone or stove, and is therefore not considered a defect. If a customer finds a damage to the stone troublesome, we recommend that the customer rotates the stone when possible to achieve the smoothest possible surface or that the customer goes a little over with sandpaper