Caring for your cookware

Our team shares their best tips for keeping your products in tip-top shape, from cooking to clean-up.


Cooking with your non stick coating

Always start by warming a smidge of oil or butter on low heat. We recommend oils with high smoke points, like coconut, avocado, and peanut—they create less residue and are easier to clean.

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Maintaining your non-stick coating

Cook on low-medium heat whenever possible. High heat can degrade the effectiveness of the non-stick coating over time. To avoid surface scratches, use silicone or wooden utensils.

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Keep it clean

Hand-washing your pots and pans is always best—use warm water, soap, and a soft sponge (no steel wool).

Dry with a towel as soon as possible to avoid water spots.

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Got burns?

Warm a cup of water and vinegar in the pan, bring to a boil, then remove from heat. Add a dash of baking soda and scrub lightly with a sponge. That should do the trick, but for any remaining residue, use a thicker paste of baking soda and water. Cleaning agents like Bar Keeper’s Friend also work well.

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Your Chef’s Knife

Always use a cutting board and store your blade in a butcher’s block for optimal protection.

Wash by hand with warm, soapy water, and a soft sponge.

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Your Cutting Board

Always hand-wash with dish soap and water, as the dishwasher will degrade the quality of wood over time.

To tackle stains, sprinkle a dash of salt over the surface of the board, then use half of a lemon to rub it in. The salt will help lift the stains and the lemon juice will leave it smelling great.

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Your Utensils

Made from BPA-free silicone, our utensils are dishwasher safe.

Take extra gentle care with metal utensils on your ceramic pots and pans to avoid surface scratches – your best bets are plastic, silicone, wood or nylon tools.

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