Non-Stick Cookware

• Before the first use; wash, rinse, and dry the cookware thoroughly.
• Condition the coating by wiping the cooking surface with an ample amount of cooking oil. Then, heat the pan in a couple of minutes. After it cools, clean with a soft cloth and soapy water. This will prolong the life of the non-stick coating.
• Never heat an empty cookware or allow it to boil dry.
• ALWAYS cook in LOW to MEDIUM heat. The persistent use of high heat causes staining and damage to the cookware and will void the warranty
• Do not use sharp objects like knives, forks, and metal spoons with sharp edges.
• Use only wooden, nylon, plastic & silicone utensils recommended for non-stick cookware.
• Clean using a delicate sponge and avoid using abrasive cleaners and scouring pads. Don’t use hard or metal scrubber for cleaning. Use liquid detergent, not hard detergent.
• If anything sticks on pot, don’t rub it forcefully. Keep water in the pot for some time and clean with soapy water.
• For longer life span, allow cookware to cool before washing.
• ALWAYS wash the cookware after each use with warm soapy water, rinse and dry immediately.
• Stack the cookwares together properly to avoid scratches.

Stainless Steel Cookware

  • Before the first use; wash, rinse, and dry the cookware thoroughly.
  • Never heat an empty cookware or allow it boil dry.
  • ALWAYS use LOW to MEDIUM heat for cooking.
  • The persistent use of high heat causes staining and damage to the cookware.
  • ALWAYS wash the cookware after each use with warm soapy water, rinse and dry immediately.
  • For longer life span, allow cookware to cool before washing.