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CARING FOR NON-STICK COOKWARE

 

The following care instructions apply to all non-stick finishes: on aluminium, stainless steel or hard-anodized cookware.

It is important to wash pans thoroughly after each use to prevent the build-up of food residue. Food residue build-up may damage the non-stick coating or degrade its performance.

After cooking, allow the pan to cool down before immersing it in water, especially cold water, to prevent warping. When washing non-stick pans, always use a mild dishwashing detergent, warm water, and a soft pad or nylon brush. This will remove food and grease particles that may burn when your pan is reheated. Never use steel wool or any abrasive cleaners when cleaning non-stick cookware. If food remains on the non-stick surface, boil a mixture of three parts water and one part vinegar in your pan on medium heat for 5-10 minutes to dislodge food particles. Let it stand until cooled. Then wash in warm, soapy water, rinse and dry.

Stains and discolouration caused by overheating, although permanent and unsightly, are harmless, and do not affect the pan or the food cooked in it.

Most, but not all, non-stick cookware may be safely washed in an automatic dishwasher. You are advised to refer to the Use & Care instruction leaflet of your particular cookware for more detailed information on properly caring for your pan.

 

 

 

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS – NON-STICK COOKWAR

 

“Can I use metal utensils on my non-stick cookware or bakeware?”
We recommend that you only use plastic or wooden utensils on your non-stick cookware or bakeware. Metal utensils can scratch or damage the non-stick coating. Scratches in your non-stick coating are not covered under your cookware or bakeware warranty.

“How do I clean the Hi-Low grooves in my Circulon Cookware?”
To clean the Hi-Low grooves in your Circulon cookware, use warm, soapy water and a soft nylon brush, then rinse and dry. Pans must be cleaned after each use to prevent the build-up of food residue in the grooves, which may, after a period of time, damage the non-stick coating or degrade its performance. To restore your pan’s non-stick performance, mix three parts water to one part white vinegar and boil in your pan on medium heat for 5-10 minutes. Let stand until cool. Wash with warm, soapy water and a soft nylon brush, then rinse and dry. Note: Hard-anodized Circulon cookware is not safe for use in a dishwasher. Do not use oven cleaners, steel wool, harsh detergents or cleaners with chlorine bleach. Never use metal utensils on your pan’s non-stick Hi-Low grooves.

We recommend using Circulon Kitchen Accessories and Tools, such as our Circulon Scrub Brush made specifically for cleaning the non-stick Hi-Low grooves of your Circulon Cookware.

 

 

 

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