Care & Cleaning
Before You Begin
- Wash with soap, either by hand or in a dishwasher.
- Wipe dry with a soft dish towel. (This prevents water spots!)
While You’re Cooking
- Gradually warm your naked cookware on low-to-medium heat before adding anything. But don’t leave the empty pan on a hot burner for too long!
- If you’re boiling water, salt after it comes to a boil. (Again, spot prevention.)
- Use wooden and plastic utensils in lieu of metal to keep the surfaces scratch-free.
- And if you’re putting our cookware in the oven, don’t forget to use a potholder.
After You’re Done
- Fill your hot pan with soap and hot water and let it soak. (Never put a hot pan in cold water.)
- Use a non-abrasive sponge or soft cloth and scrub away. No steel wool.
- If food gets stuck (it happens), simmer soapy water on low heat. Rinse and repeat.
- If it’s really stuck, boil water with a pinch of baking soda. (We also love a powder called Bar Keeper’s Friend.) Rinse and repeat.
- To remove stains, mix a solution of vinegar and water (1:3) in the pot and bring to a boil. Rinse and repeat.
- Dry with a soft towel.