For Nonstick Bakeware

  1. Before using any nonstick bakeware for the first time, wash it to make sure it is clean.
  2. While most nonstick baking surfaces are designed to stand up to rough treatment, all nonsticks will last longer if you are careful not to stab the surface with a sharp point or cut foods with a knife while in the bakeware.
  3. Do not overheat empty bakeware as when making gravy. Always be sure that oil, water or food materials are in the bakeware prior to heating it.
  4. Do not use bakeware as a food-storage container, which could encourage staining. It's better to keep bakeware clean when not in use.
  5. Always allow hot bakeware to cool before immersing in water.
  6. Your new bakeware is perfectly safe to put into the dishwasher, but the nonstick baking surface is so easy to clean that a quick handwash does the trick.
  7. If, through misuse, burned grease or food residue collects on the surface, it can usually be removed with warm water and a mild detergent. In an extreme case, such residue can be removed by a thorough cleaning with this solution: 3 tablespoons bleach, 1 tablespoon liquid dish detergent, and 1 cup of water. Apply to the cooking surface with a sponge or plastic scrubbing pad. After cleaning, recondition the surface with a light wipe of cooking oil.

 
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Common Use and Care Instructions

For Nonstick Bakeware

  1. Before using any nonstick bakeware for the first time, wash it to make sure it is clean.
  2. While most nonstick baking surfaces are designed to stand up to rough treatment, all nonsticks will last longer if you are careful not to stab the surface with a sharp point or cut foods with a knife while in the bakeware.
  3. Do not overheat empty bakeware as when making gravy. Always be sure that oil, water or food materials are in the bakeware prior to heating it.
  4. Do not use bakeware as a food-storage container, which could encourage staining. It's better to keep bakeware clean when not in use.
  5. Always allow hot bakeware to cool before immersing in water.
  6. Your new bakeware is perfectly safe to put into the dishwasher, but the nonstick baking surface is so easy to clean that a quick handwash does the trick.
  7. If, through misuse, burned grease or food residue collects on the surface, it can usually be removed with warm water and a mild detergent. In an extreme case, such residue can be removed by a thorough cleaning with this solution: 3 tablespoons bleach, 1 tablespoon liquid dish detergent, and 1 cup of water. Apply to the cooking surface with a sponge or plastic scrubbing pad. After cleaning, recondition the surface with a light wipe of cooking oil.

 
 
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