Use & Care
Use & Care
Cookware Use & Care
1. Remove all stickers and tags after unpacking. Wash cookware with detergent in hot water and rinse. Dry thoroughly before first use.
2. Handwash nonstick cookware to protect the nonstick finish to leave it silky smooth for longer.
3. Use wooden, plastic, or silicone utensils to protect the nonstick finish.
1. Unpack and clean the pan before first use. Heat cookware with a suitable amount of oil, starting with low to medium heat.
2. After cooking, let your stainless steel cookware cool down first before exposure to cold water. This will protect your cookware from warping and cracking.
3. If you observe any white spots on your cookware, treat it by using stainless steel cleaning solution, or by boiling a solution of three parts water to one part vinegar, letting it cool, and then cleaning it as you normally would.
Silicone / Plastic / Nylon Tools and accessories
1. After removing all tags and stickers, wash all tools with soapy warm water and towel dry before first use.
2. Do not leave tools in a hot pan with the burner on for a prolonged period of time.
3. Avoid using steel wool and harsh abrasives to clean your tools, which may cause scuffing.
Wood Tools / Accessories
1. After unpacking your tools and accessories, wash them before first use.
2. Simply handwash tools under warm water with a gentle soap immediately after use and let them dry.
3. Apply a walnut oil on wooden tools a few times a year to keep wooden tools and accessories newer for longer.
1. To prevent the glass lids from shattering, don't subject it to thermal shock like placing them into a very hot oven.
2. Place glass lids flat on the countertop, rather than upside down, to avoid them falling and potentially breaking.
3. Check for cracks and loose parts over time as glass is still susceptible to wear and tear. If you spot any cracks or broken portions, we recommend replacing your glass lid immediately.
Stainless Steel tools
1. Unpack tools from packaging, including removing all tags and stickers, and clean all tools before first use.
2. Use mild soaps for stainless steel tools. We recommend using alkaline, chlorinated alkaline, or non-chloride cleaners on stainless steel to keep them sparkling clean.
3. Be careful when using stainless steel tools on nonstick cookware as it may damage the nonstick finish. We encourange to use stainless steel tools on stainless steel cookware only.
1. After removing all tags and stickers, make sure you check what temperatures your clad cookware can withstand before cooking.
2. Do not expose your clad cookware to cold water directly after cooking, as they will be more prone to warping and cracking.
3. Avoid using sharp kitchen tools, corrosive detergents, and metal scouring pads on clad cookware.
SS Flask / Kettle
1. Handwash the interior of the item for longer-lasting durability.
2. Use warm, soapy water, and a bottle brush for a thorough clean. Alternatively, you can mix water and baking soda to form a thick paste as an cleaning agent.
3. Use diluted vinegar and soak items overnight to rid them of smells and flavors.
Stainless Steel Steamer
1. Never steam frozen meat, poultry, or seafood directly from the freezer. Always defrost completely beforehand. Place the largest pieces of food with the longest cooking time in the bottom steamer compartment.
2. Take care when removing the drip tray. While other parts of the unit may be cool, the water in the water basin and the drip may still be very hot.
3. Do not expose your stainless steel cookware to cold water directly after cooking, as they will be more prone to warping and cracking.