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Enamel Cookware Care

Great for both weekday meals + dinner party prep, enamel cookware is easy to use, easy to clean, + incredibly versatile. We know you’re a good cookware parent, but always make sure to treat your enamel well (like letting your hot pots + pans cool before exposing them to cold surfaces) + it’s guaranteed to love you back.

WHAT'S THE BEST WAY TO CARE FOR ENAMEL COOKWARE?

When dealing with stuck-on foods, soak your cookware in warm water for 15-20 minutes + avoid using steel wool or abrasive pads to clean. Remember: thermal shock may cause cracks in the enamel, so always let hot pots cool before exposing them to water or a cold surface!

ANY OTHER TIPS?

Enameled stainless steel has a glass-like coating, so be careful when hitting pots with metal spoons + lids to avoid chips. Enamel pots can also be prone to staining. Although staining won’t affect use, easily remove stains by filling your pan with water + letting it come to a boil, then emptying.