Nonstick cookware can easily be scratched and damaged by high temperatures, for example, while deep-frying or using steam.
Maintaining your nonstick cookware properly is the best way to ensure that it meets your expectations. Make sure you follow the instructions that come with your nonstick cookware.
Some brands of cookware come with special instructions. For instance, dogado has a detachable handle that should be detached when cooking. Please refer to the user guide of your brand if your cookware is oven-safe. In general, cookware with a lid and handle is not oven-safe.
- Section 1: Types of nonstick cookware
- Section 2: Ceramic nonstick cookware user guide
- Section 3: Normal nonstick cookware user guide
- Section 4: Dos and don'ts for all nonstick cookware
Section 1: Types of nonstick cookware
Nonstick cookware comes in two major types: ceramic-based and normal nonstick.
In general, ceramic nonstick cookware is popular and trendy, but it is not as durable as cookware with a regular nonstick surface. It will require extra care.
Here are some examples of ceramic cookware on our website:
- Happycall Onde and Vacuum Pot series
- Happycall IH Flex series in light interiors.
- Happycall Agave series
Here are some examples of normal nonstick cookware on our website:
- RemyPan Japan
- Happycall Titanium series
- Happycall Graphene series
- Happycall Norie and Forest series
- Happycall IH Flex series with black interiors.
Dogado, Cookcell hybrid cookware and Happycall vacuum pot users should refer to special instructions.
- Dogado cookware set with detachable handle user guide
- Cookcell hybrid cookware user guide
- Happycall vacuum pot user guide
Section 2: Ceramic nonstick cookware user guide
Dogado Cookware Set with Detachable Handle comes with a dedicated user guide . Please click here.
Happycall Agave Series & Neoflam Products
- These products are dishwasher-safe, but handwashing nonstick cookware is recommended.
- This cookware is NOT oven-safe.
- The lid knob of the Neoflam Noblesse series can become hot quickly. Use with care.
- Keep out of reach of children.
Ceramic nonstick surface is an excellent coating that does not contain PTFE or PFOA, which allows for healthy cooking. However, it has its limitations:
- The ceramic nonstick surface is not designed for high temperatures. The cookware will quickly become damaged if it is used at high temperatures. For example, they are not designed for deep frying. We are aware some cookware brands claim that high heat can be used, but as a cookware retailer, we do not recommend this.
- Use a heat level of 6-7 out of 10. To reach the desired temperature for cooking, preheat the cookware on medium heat rather than high.
- Cooking will lead to scratches and other marks, but with proper cleaning, the products will remain in good condition. Nevertheless, once out of the box and in use, cookware will not always look brand new.
Section 4: Normal nonstick cookware user guide
How to maintain your normal nonstick cookware?
- This cookware is dishwasher-safe.
- Happycall and RemyPan woks, frypans, and saucepans have handles, which make them unsuitable for oven use.
- Iris Ohyama cookware is suitable for oven use WITHOUT detachable handles or lids.
- This cookware is compatible with induction cooktops if the product name contains IH. Please refer to product descriptions
- Be sure that the cookware is stable on the stovetop. It is best to use medium or medium high heat. Do not use high heat.
- Do not leave your cookware unattended while cooking. Avoid rapid temperature changes when heating with oil.
- Keep out of reach of children.
Cooking will lead to scratches and other marks, but with proper cleaning the products will remain in good condition. Nevertheless, once out of the box and in use, cookware will not always look brand new.
To ensure that your cookware performs at its best each time you use your cookware, regular cleaning is necessary. Improper care affects how your cookware functions.
Section 4: Dos and don'ts for all nonstick cookware
To get the best out of your nonstick cookware, follow these simple steps.
Use a soft cloth or sponge
Never use harsh chemicals
Do not cook over high heat
Do not use a dirty pan
Do not use sharp or abrasive objects
Season your pan to protect it (optional)
- Rinse and completely dry the pan.
- Use a paper towel to rub about a teaspoon of oil around the inside of the pan
- (Recommended) Re-season the pan by rubbing it with a small amount of oil each time before using it.
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