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It is important to clean your cookware thoroughly after each use to prevent staining from food or grease. After cooking, allow the pan to cool down before immersing it in water, especially cold water, to prevent warping. To clean your hard anodized cookware, use warm water and mild dishwashing soap with a sponge, nylon pad or brush. To prevent water spotting, rinse in warm water after washing and towel dry thoroughly.

If staining on the hard-anodized surface does occur, it may be removed by using Meyer ProFinish Cleaner, which has been specially formulated for hard-anodized cookware. Alternatively, make a paste of baking soda and water; rub onto stains using a nylon pad or fine steel wool and let sit for up to 30 minutes. Wash, rinse and towel dry.

DO NOT wash hard-anodized cookware in the dishwasher. Harsh chemicals such as dishwasher detergents will damage the surface. Likewise, do not use oven cleaners, steel wool, harsh detergents or cleaners with chlorine bleach.

However, if you own Circulon Premier Professional hard-anodized cookware , you may wash it in the dishwasher using a gel detergent, as it was specifically designed to allow this. For more information please refer to Caring for non-stick cookware

Please note that stains, scratches, discolorations, and damage from use in an automatic dishwasher are not covered under your cookware warranty.

You are advised to follow the Use & Care instructions provided with your cookware.





"There are a lot of scratches on the exterior of my hard-anodized pan. Why?"
A hard-anodized pan is so hard that when it is rubbed against other materials, especially metals, small particles of that material will come off and adhere to the hard-anodized surface. This does not damage the finish, and most marks will come off with a damp cloth. If this does not work, a pencil eraser can be used.



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