From time to time you may get water spots or what appears to be dark, burnt, unclean spots on your cookware. One of the most common is a rainbow color in the metal. Have no fear, there is a very easy solution!
First and foremost, do not use Brillo, Ajax, or any other abrasive cleanser to clean!
The answer is much simpler! With your set of cookware you received a bottle of our Stainless Steel Cleanser, which was developed specifically for your stainless steel waterless cookware. Most grocery stores will also carry either Cameo or Bar Keeper’s Friend. You will find them with other cleansers at the store, or they will be located with the metal polishes.
While all three are non-abrasive stainless steel cleansers, we use our cleanser daily, both at the cooking shows and at home and find that it works better at removing cooking stains and requires less product and elbow grease to get the cookware back to the gleaming shine you saw when you unpacked it. You can order on our on-line store or come see us at the next cooking show in your area and pick up a bottle or two.
Put a small amount of water in the pan you are cleaning.
Sprinkle a small amount of cleanser in the middle of the pan.
Bunch up a sheet of paper towel and place on the cleanser- never use steel wool, Brillo, or a dark green scouring pad! It will scratch your cookware! For tough or stubborn cleaning us a blue "NON-SCRATCH" pad.
Mix the cleanser in the water forming a paste, and with firm circular motions go over the bottom of the pan, then the insides.
Don’t forget to clean the outside bottom and the outside sides as well- cooked on food will tarnish and dull the appearance of your cookware.
Rinse off the cleanser, and if the discoloration or a burnt look still remains, repeat with a little thicker paste and firmer circular motions.
After years of intentionally burning eggs in our demonstrations, we can clean our 7″ saute skillet in about a minute. The most important thing to remember is to put water in your cookware after you have taken out the food and turned off the stove. This will allow the cooked on foods to start to dissolve and allow you to wipe out the residue with a paper towel, with our 7-ply stainless steel waterless cookware you can put cold water in a hot pan and it won’t warp it!
We have never seen one of our pans that this process doesn’t work on, but if you follow the above instructions and still can not get yours clean, please contact us!