Calphalon manufactures a variety of cookware such as frying pans, stock pots and roasting pans. Whether your Calphalon cookware is non-stick, stainless steel or enameled cast iron, it requires care to keep it looking and performing its best. According to the Calphalon website, most of the cookware should be hand-washed because dishwashing detergents can be too harsh for the cookware's surface. With the right products and technique, you can keep your Calphalon cookware in top condition for many years.
Things You'll Need
- Mild dish detergent
- Non-abrasive scrubbing pad or sponge
Fill a sink with hot water, and add 2 tsp. of mild dish detergent.
Place the cooled cookware into the sink, and scrub it with a non-abrasive scrubbing pad or sponge to remove any food residue. For tough messes, allow the cookware to soak in the soapy water until the residue softens, and scrub it again.
Rinse the cookware thoroughly with warm water.
Dry the cookware with a towel.
Tips & Warnings
- Use a non-abrasive powder cleanser to remove stains and restore shine to your stainless steel or enamel cast iron Calphalon cookware. Sprinkle a damp sponge with the powder and scrub the wet cookware. Rinse it thoroughly with warm water and dry it with a towel.
- Don't use abrasive products to clean Calphalon cookware.
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