Some scratches or bare patches may appear. Please continue to oil and look after the grill plate.
If the cooking tops are used on high heat for too long a period, it may cause the non-stick coating to de-cure.
It is essential that you
- Oil the surfaces with vegetable or cooking oil prior to use
- Initially, on each use, you warm the grill, not exposing it to extreme heat before putting the food onto it
- Do not use sharp metal barbecue utensils – use nylon or wooden appliances
- Do not cook on full all the time. This will burn the fats to the surface and make cleaning difficult
- When cleaning, do not use abrasive cloths or detergents. Please soak and wipe with a sponge
- If the debris remains, we suggest soaking the grill with a mild washing liquid or putting the grill plate through your domestic dishwasher.
- Cover burnt areas with baking soda. Allow the pan to cool after cooking with it, pour a small amount of baking soda on the areas of that pan covered with burned food. Then add a small amount of water to the baking soda piles, and allow the pan to sit overnight. The baking soda and water should look like a paste mixture.
- Scrub off the residue. After allowing the pan to soak overnight, scrub the pan with a soft nylon scrubber or sponge to remove the burned food. The food should come off the pan relatively quickly, but if there are any stubborn areas, try using more pressure to scrub off the food.
- Wash the pan normally. Once the burned food is removed from the pan, wash it in the sink as usual. Use warm to hot water, a soft nylon scrubber or sponge, and a small amount of dishwashing soap (avoid lemon-based cleaning agents) to wipe and clean all pan areas.
- Rinse the pan with clean water to remove any soap or food residue.
- Dry the pan using a dish towel, paper towel, or drying rack to dry off the pan. Once the pan is dry, lightly coat with vegetable oil, it’s ready to be used again for cooking or stored for later use.
- Instead of spraying a non-stick pan with an aerosol cooking spray, apply a thin layer of olive oil to the pan with a pastry brush. This avoids creating a hard-to-remove layer of film on your non-stick cookware.
- Try to avoid using metal utensils with non-stick cookware. The metal could potentially scratch the surface of the pan. Instead, try to use wooden, rubber, or plastic utensils.
- Always read the instructions that came with the cookware to see if it’s safe to wash in the dishwasher.
- Some scratches or bare patches may appear; please continue oiling and looking after your grill plate.
- Avoid using cooking tops on high heat for too long; it may cause the non-stick coating to de-cure.
- The non-stick coating is not harmful and complies with Regulations.