A Lucky bastard was any man who went on a mission and survived, which he then was deemed lucky. A World War Two bomber crew's life expectancy was fifteen missions. At the beginning of the war, twenty-five missions was considered a full tour of duty.
No lingering taste or smell
Smooth and wear-resisting surface, easy to clean
Anti-alkali and acid proof
Due to the handcrafted limitation and enamelware characteristics certain anomalies may typical of vintage enamel mugs may be present.
Maintaining Your Mug
Hand washing is recommended. Dishwasher cleaning may rough the surface of the enamel product. Hand washing can ensure smooth and bright surface for many years. If you must use a dishwasher, please use the high temperature and less detergent.
For the remaining food traces, please make sure to cool the mug and then put it into water for a little while, you’ll find that they are easily removed with a sponge.
Do not use hard objects or coarse particle containing cleanser to clean the Enamel products! Hard brush, steel wire cleaning ball should be avoided.