CARING FOR YOUR COOKWARE
• Cookware is dishwasher durable and
the colorfast finish resists fading and
discoloring. For best results in the
dishwasher, use the manufacturer's
recommended dishwasher detergents
and rinsing liquid.
• Remove heavy residue by rinsing with
cold water, while the cookware is still hot,
before placing in dishwasher or washing
• Use a sponge, nylon pad, or dishcloth
when cleaning cookware; do not use oven
cleaners, steel wool, harsh detergents, or
Cleaning the Glass Lid (if included)
• Never use metal utensils, sharp
instruments, oven cleaners, or other
harsh abrasives that may damage or
weaken the glass.
• Glass lids may be washed in the
dishwasher. You can also wash lids in hot,
soapy water; then dry immediately to
avoid water spots.
• To avoid staining, do not let food spill on,
or boil over onto, the exterior surface.
To remove or lessen a stain, use baking
soda with water, apply the paste to the
cookware, and scrub with a nonabrasive
sponge, nylon pad, or dishcloth. Do not
use steel wool, coarse scouring pads, or
other harsh cleaners.
• Remove any spotted white film with a
mild solution of water and lemon juice