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Care & Use

Steel Core Enameled

Our steel core enameled cookware is made to be a kitchen companion for years. It’s a unique material that reacts to heat faster and heats evenly, so it will be a kitchen staple for generations.

Here’s how to keep your steel core enameled cookware performing at its peak.

Steel Core Enameled Tips

Cooking at its Core

Make sure you have enough butter or oil to cover the whole surface when frying or roasting. That helps prevent sticking and uneven heating. Our steel core enameled cookware is oven safe up to 500°F and performs on all stovetops.

To avoid damage to the GlazeGuard enamel, don’t cut in the pans with knives or sharp objects, don’t beat spoons heavily on the rims, and let your cookware cool gradually. Use wooden or heat resistant cooking utensils during cooking to help prevent damaging the GlazeGuard layer.

Cleaning Your Cookware

Clean & Colorful

This collection is designed to fit into your life, so each of these pans is dishwasher safe. Don’t use metal pan cleaners, scouring powders or other abrasive substances, as they can damage the GlazeGuard enamel.

For burnt-on food and persistent stains, boil water in the pan with a baking soda solution and leave to stand for 10 minutes before washing away. You can add a little vinegar if you need it to work harder.