How to keep your stainless steel cookware performing at its peak with careful cleaning and drying.
Clean your pan soon after cooking but allow to cool first. Washing-up liquid is fine, but only use non-abrasive sponges.
To remove any stuck food bits, fill with enough soapy water to cover, bring to a boil, then scrape.
Your pan can be cleaned in a dishwasher, although handwashing removes any risk of corrosion.
Dry your pan immediately to prevent water spots or rust. If water spots do develop, dampen the surface and rub with a moist sponge sprinkled with baking soda.
Don’t worry if, over time, your pan loses some of its shine. That’s because, for reasons of performance, our stainless steel doesn’t contain nickel which is harmful to your health. It has been built for performance over multiple lifetimes.