A lid left on a pan after turning the heat down or off, may result in a vacuum effect that causes the lid to seal to the pan. Using a lid made for another pan can also cause a lid vacuum. If a lid vacuum occurs, DO NOT attempt to remove the lid from the pan in any way until the pan has cooled down. To avoid a lid seal, remove the lid and set it ajar before turning the heat off.
Do not use glass lids that have cracks or scratches. If your lid is cracked or has deep scratches, breakage can occur spontaneously.
Before first use, please remove any stickers found on the cookware and rinse it with hot, soapy water.
To avoid scratching, we strongly recommend the use of plastic or wooden utensils with non-stick cookware. Do not cut food in the cookware.
The cookware is suitable for gas, electric and ceramic stoves.
Choose a cooking element according to the diameter of the pan/pot to avoid losing heat.
Please note that the handles can get hot while cooking. Use an oven cloth or mitt for protection.
When removing lids or cooking with lids, always position the lid so that the steam is directed away from you. Always use a potholder when adjusting lids. Rising steam can cause burns.
Avoid sliding or dragging cookware over the surface of your stove top, as scratches may result.
Do not use non-stick aerosol cooking sprays. This will leave a residue that may be difficult to remove.
Cleaning and care
Attention! Danger of burns! Allow the article to cool down completely before cleaning.
Do not use hard brushes or cleaning pads and corrosive or abrasive cleaning agents for cleaning. These can damage the article.
To remove stubborn spots/marks, wipe the surface with a cloth slightly dampened in soapy water or mild non-abrasive cleaner. Rinse and dry with a clean, dry, soft cloth
To avoid scratches or chips on the cookware’s exterior, place paper towels between pans when storing.