The pans emit some of their iron on heating, something that is both healthy and enhances the taste of the food.
In case of damage to the surface, rub the affected area with oil to restore a natural protection against new rust. Harsh steel tools that can damage the enamel should therefore be avoided.
When using it the first time, we recommend that you wash the pan by hand with detergent and then wipe it thoroughly dry with paper, or after drying on low heat on the stove.
Do not leave the pan in water as this can cause rust. If rust would occur, scrub the affected area with a washing sponge. Apply oil afterwards to recreate the nonstick.
- Always let the pan cool down before cleaning it.
- Always wash by hand.
- Always dry completely after cleaning.
- Do not use in a dishwasher.