Cleaning stainless steel pans

Cleaning stainless steel pans

How do I clean and maintain All Steel stainless steel pans?

  • Although All Steel pans can go in the dishwasher, hand wash is recommended for coated stainless steel pans. This prolongs their life.
  • When storing and stacking coated cookware, place a cloth between the pans to avoid any damage to the coating.
  • Use only wooden, silicone or plastic kitchen utensils with coated stainless steel pans to avoid scratching the pans’ coating.
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How do I clean and maintain All Steel pure uncoated stainless steel pans?

Uncoated stainless steel frying pans are easy to clean and care for. With proper maintenance, uncoated stainless steel pans can last a lifetime. Consider these tips whenever you’re using your All Steel pure pan:

  • Before first use, hand wash the uncoated frying pan with hot water, washing-up liquid and a sponge or a dish brush, or put in the dishwasher.
  • After each use, clean the inside and outside of the pan with hot water and washing-up liquid. You can also put an uncoated frying pan in the dishwasher. This won’t damage the pan.
  • If you burn the pan, you can clean it easily with a wire brush or a plaster stone. You can also let the pan soak in warm soapy water for 15-20 minutes before you hand wash it. This will remove any burned-on food.
  • Eggs and other protein-rich foods are particularly prone to sticking to an uncoated frying pan. Remove them easily by adding a half a teaspoon of baking soda into the pan filled with water; let the pan and mixture sit on a warm burner for a while. Lastly, hand wash the pan or put it in the dishwasher.
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