CARING FOR YOUR COOKWARE
• Cookware is dishwasher safe. For
best results in the dishwasher, use
the manufacturer's recommended
dishwasher detergents and rinsing liquid.
To extend the life of nonstick cookware,
hand washing with hot, soapy water is
• Remove heavy residue by rinsing with
cold water, while the cookware is still hot,
before placing in dishwasher or washing
• Remove any spotted white film with a
mild solution of water and lemon juice 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.
• Overheating may cause brown or blue
stains on your cookware. Polishing may
remove these stains. To polish your pans,
use a stainless steel cleaner with a soft
cloth and rub with a circular motion.
Wash, rinse, and dry.
• Use a sponge, nylon pad, or dishcloth
when cleaning cookware; do not use oven
cleaners, steel wool, harsh detergents, or