Care and cleaning your non-stick cookware
Since each stove top has its own settings, find the best heat setting for your stove by starting at a lower setting, then gradually increase until water splashed on the pan surface evaporates immediately with a sizzle. Medium heat is typically sufficient for frying and sautéing.
Generally, high heat can be used for other applications, like boiling water, stir frying, oven roasting etc.
It is recommended to use wooden, plastic and Silicone cooking utensils.
If a product comes with a warranty be sure to read the conditions, as certain use may void this: Eg, the use of aerosol spray oils.
To clean your non-stick cookware, use warm water and mild dishwashing soap with a sponge, nylon pad or dishcloth. To prevent water spotting, rinse in warm water after washing and towel dry thoroughly. It is important to clean your cookware thoroughly after each use to prevent staining from food or grease. Refer to your instruction guide as to whether your product is dishwasher safe.