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        Be sure to follow these guidelines to get the most of your EuroCAST cookware investment. Failure to do so will void access to the manufacturer warranty.

        Before Use

        WASH: As with all things new, wash out the pan in warm soapy water, rinse and dry thoroughly. This will ensure any packing residue is removed.

        SEASONING: We recommend seasoning each new piece of EuroCAST cookware before using. Depending on the type of cooking, it may be necessary to repeat the seasoning process as needed. Using a soft cloth, rub in a quarter sized amount of olive or vegetable oil around the inside walls and cooking surface of each pan. Then let the pan absorb the oil by setting it on the stovetop on LOW heat for 15 minutes. Remove from heat, let cool, then wipe out any excess oil.

        The cookware is now ready for use. As mentioned above, repeating the seasoning process may be necessary due to the way the cookware used.  Watch our Pan CARE IQ video to learn more about how to properly season your EuroCAST cookware.

        **AVOID OVERHEATING EUROCAST**

        One of the most unique features of EuroCAST cookware is the ferrous plate on the bottom of each pan. This ferrous plate allows equal heat distribution around the entire cooking surface out to the sides of each pan. IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO USE HIGH HEAT when cooking with EuroCAST. Should the use of high heat be necessary, only do so for short periods of time. Continued cooking at HIGH temperatures will cause damage to the cooking surface over time, as it true for any non-stick cooking surface.

        Fat-Free Cooking

        The EuroCAST non-stick surface makes it possible to cook with little to no oil which reduces your recipes fat content. When cooking dishes that include eggs, we recommend cooking with a heat lower than that to which you might be accustomed. This will reduce the odds of burning your eggs while preventing them from sticking. Also, use a lid at all times to creating moisture for the food (especially eggs) to cook in. This will also help to prevent your eggs from sticking.

        If food, fat, or oils are left to burn in your EuroCAST pan, caused by cooking over an excessively high heat for a lengthy period (and then not cleaned properly inside and out after cooking), your pan’s cooking performance will be reduced. Keep in mind that overheating and improperly cleaning your EuroCAST cookware will damage and lessen your EuroCAST's performance which is not grounds for a claim under our manufacturer warranty. 

        Cleaning

        Your cookware will give excellent results if cleaned gently and thoroughly with soap, warm water and a non-abrasive sponge or brush after each use.

        EuroCAST cookware typically does not require more than to be hand-washed in hot, soapy water, using a soft sponge. When you do this, you will find that food deposits, fats and oils will easily lift, making harsh dishwasher use unnecessary. Be sure to clean both inside and outside of the cookware. {If food or oil particles remain on the pan’s cooking surface, see the “Deep Cleaning” steps below}

        Avoid nylon scrubbers and never use any kind of hard scourer or anything like steel- or wire-wool, which have abrasive surfaces that scratch your EuroCAST cookware.

        After each wash up, ensure you rinse thoroughly, and dry with a soft cloth.

        VERY IMPORTANT: Avoid washing your EuroCAST cookware in your dishwasher as the chemicals found in most dishwasher detergents degrade your cookware’s ceramic and titanium coating. Washing your EuroCAST cookware in a dishwasher will void any claim to our manufacturer warranty.

        Deep cleaning of cooking surface & bottom ferrous plate: Put two- to three-dime size drops of a liquid soap on the surface area of the pan. Fill the pan with enough warm water to cover the pan’s surface.
        Place the pan on medium to medium-high heat on your stove top until water begins to boil. Covering the pan will accelerate the boiling process.
        Once the water begins to boil, gently scrape any burnt on bits with a soft nylon spatula or wooden utensil. Once cooked on food has been lifted to satisfaction, turn off the stove’s heat and let the pan remain on the burner. Once the water cools to room temperature, empty out the water.
        Wipe out the pan with a soft micro-fiber cloth.
        The above process may need to be repeated if any food or oil particles remain on the pan’s cooking surface.

        A liquid cleaning solution for “SILVER” is recommended to clean the bottom ferrous plate. Bar Keeper’s Friend, liquid cleaner, seems to work well. Follow instructions on the bottle of the cleaning solution of choice.

        We recommend that, following a “DEEP” cleaning of the pan, you re-season the cooking surface of the pan. These are the steps for re-seasoning:
        Once the cooking surface has been cleaned and dried, pour a nickle size amount of oil in the center of the pan. 
        Wipe the oil around the surface area and the sides of the pan with a soft paper towel or micro-fiber cloth.
        Place the pan on a stove top burner. Turn on “LOW” heat and leave the pan for 15 minutes. Turn off heat and let pan remain on burner until it cools to room temperature.
        Wipe out any excess oil or condensation. The pan is now ready for use.

        Utensils

        Use only wooden, plastic, nylon, rubber or silicone utensils on the non-stick surface of the cookware. Use of sharp utensils will scratch or gouge the pan’s surface, will also void your warranty pertaining to defects. Learn more about our Warranty Programs.

        Storage

        Place a cloth or dishtowel between your cookware when stacking and storing them. This will prevent them from scratching each other.

        Avoid using your cookware as a storage container for food. Keep it clean and empty when not in use.