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Hot Tips to Care for Your Non-Stick SCANPAN

Follow these easy cleaning tips to ensure you protect your investment and extend the useful life of your cookware.

• Vigorous cleaning can be applied as SCANPAN Ceramic Titanium non-stick cookware is 10 times stronger than steel. • The non-stick surface will give you years of great service as long as it is cleaned thoroughly. • To remove all carbon build up and have your pan ready for the next time you use it, please follow these simple instructions.

Routine Cleaning 1. Immediately after use (and all food has been removed) place pan under tap and fill with approx 5cm of cold water and place it on a heat resistant surface. SCANPAN Ceramic Titanium will not warp, so don’t worry!  This will create some steam and sizzle and is the first stage of removing the fat residue. 2. Empty the pan from step 1. Using hot soapy water and a nylon scourer (not steel) scrub hard. Remembering that the surface is tough, and that it is very important that all residue is removed. 3. Rinse. 4. Dry thoroughly and store.

Removing food/oil residue build-up Sometimes it may appear that the non-stick surface is not working the way it should. If this occurs, it is probably due to a food/oil residue build-up, which is generally easy to remove. 1. Mix up some bi-carb soda and water to a paste. 2. Apply with a nylon scourer and scrub hard. 3. Rinse and wash normally (see routine cleaning above)

If this is unsuccessful, it probably means it requires more attention 1. Mix up bi-carb soda and water to a thick liquid. Cover all the surface of the pan with the liquid. 2. Place on cooktop over a low-moderate heat. 3. Allow to simmer for a few minutes, in which time you will see particles coming loose from the surface. This is what you are looking for! 4. Rinse and wash normally (see routine cleaning above)

Dishwasher Use Whilst dishwasher safe, SCANPAN will always recommend hand washing to extend the useful life of the product.

For more information, please see the SCANPAN user guides below.

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