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Support Use and Care

Children should not use without the supervisions of an adult.

Use caution when handling hot cookware to prevent burns and other injuries.

Never leave ECOPAN™ cookware on high heat unattended.

Do not allow handles to overhang directly above stove burners to avoid overheating of handling surface.

While handles are designed to minimize heat transfer, use of oven gloves is always recommended.

If your ECOPAN™ cookware is brand new, remove all packaging materials and dispose/ recycle them accordingly.

Wash in warm water with mild soap or dish detergent, rinse and wipe dry with a soft dish towel.

Cook with a cookware which has a similar in base diameter to the burner.

When cooking using gas burner, make certain the flame graze only the base of pan.

Do not preheat cookware on high heat and leave it unattended.

We recommend using low to medium setting for most cooking as this will maximize heat distribution.

Only use medium to high heat for browning or searing.

For boiling water, use medium to high setting.

Never leave on a pan over a hot burner and boil dry. Food will burn and doing so will ruin the pan and damage stove top.

IMPORTANT NOTE: It is common for the non-stick properties of pan will reduce with regular usage of pan. The process will be accelerated if the cookware is exposed to high heat over a period of time due to the nature of carbonization of food and oil while cooking.

Use wooden or plastic utensil as metal utensils may scratch the cooking surface and alter cooking performance.

When cooking, do not cut or chop directly in pan.

We recommend the use of oil or butter to cook food. Alternatively, coconut oil or olive oil can also be used as a healthier option.

Do not use non-stick/ cooking oil spray as it will easily burn and carbonize on the ceramic coating which will hamper the release performance of the cookware.

Allow the pan to cool before washing.

To prevent damage to your pans, do not soak pan in cold water immediately after use.

Use soft cloth or sponge to remove food particles.

Do not use steel wool or other metal pads as it will leave coarse scratches on pans.

Prolonged exposure to dishwasher cleaning will scratch any cookware.

If the nonstick surface exhibits a white film due to minerals in the water, it can be removed by rubbing the surface with a little lemon juice or vinegar; rinse thoroughly.

Seasoning your pan at least twice a year is advisable to maintain the optimal performance of your ECOPAN™ cookware. Add a half-table spoon of vegetable oil and spread evenly around the interior of the pan. Put it in a preheated 300° F/150° C oven for about an hour. Take the cookware out of the oven and let it cool down at room temperature. Wipe off excess oil with paper towel.

WARNING: Pan will be hot to touch, use oven mitts to prevent injuries.