Care & Cleaning

Before You Begin

  1. Wash with soap, either by hand or in a dishwasher.
  2. Wipe dry with a soft dish towel. (This prevents water spots!)

While You’re Cooking

  1. 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! 
  2. If you’re boiling water, salt after it comes to a boil. (Again, spot prevention.)
  3. Use wooden and plastic utensils in lieu of metal to keep the surfaces scratch-free.

  4. And if you’re putting our cookware in the oven, don’t forget to use a potholder.

After You’re Done

  1. Fill your hot pan with soap and hot water and let it soak. (Never put a hot pan in cold water.)

  2. Use a non-abrasive sponge or soft cloth and scrub away. No steel wool.
  3. If food gets stuck (it happens), simmer soapy water on low heat. Rinse and repeat.
  4. 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.
  5. To remove stains, mix a solution of vinegar and water (1:3) in the pot and bring to a boil. Rinse and repeat.
  6. Dry with a soft towel.

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