• When in use, do not leave cookware unattended. Keep children away from the stove and hot surfaces.

  • Do not allow the cookware to boil or cook dry.

  • Use the handles when lifting cookware. Refrain from sliding and dragging off from stovetops to help prevent scratches and surface damage. If necessary, always use dry potholders or oven mitts when touching the handles of the cookware and their respective lids.

  • Do not use in a microwave oven. Stainless steel cookware is not microwave safe.

  • This triple-layer stainless steel cookware is suitable on all types of cooking surfaces. It is safe on gas, ceramic, glass, electric, halogen, and induction stoves.

  • Oven safe up to 550°F. Do not use in the microwave oven.


  • Before first use, remove all tags, labels, and stickers. Hand wash with warm soapy water. Rinse and wipe dry thoroughly with a soft cloth.

  • Pre-heat your pan on low to medium heat for a couple of minutes.

  • Once heated, add a little oil or butter to cover the interior.

  • Avoid overheating to prevent food or oil from burning onto the cookware. Do not let your oil smoke or burn.

  • To prevent sticking and discoloration, make sure to use low to medium heat only except when boiling.

  • Always place the cookware on an appropriately sized burner. Do not use a burner larger in diameter than the base of the pan.

  • Use metal, wood, silicone, and heat-resistant nylon tools on stainless steel cookware.

  • Do not use knives, sharp kitchen tools, or electric hand mixers in the cookware to avoid scratches in the interior.

  • Use potholders or oven mitts to hold hot handles when transferring cookware from the range or oven.  


  • Allow the cookware to cool before washing.

  • Dishwasher safe, but hand wash is recommended to extend product life.

  • When hand washing, wash with warm soapy water. Use a dish sponge or cloth to clean. Rinse well, then dry thoroughly with a soft cloth.

  • To remove burned-on food, fill with a small amount of water and place over low heat until the food is soft. Remove food using a scouring pad.

  • You may also use a stainless-steel cleaning solution and follow the instructions on the label.


How to Remove Burn Marks

  • Apply baking soda or soap to remove burn marks.

  • For stubborn stains, fill the cookware with water and bring it to a boil.

  • Add salt to the water.

  • Turn off the heat and allow the cookware to sit for several hours.

  • Empty the water out once the cookware has soaked for a while.

  • Scrub the remaining burn marks with a scouring pad.

  • Hand wash with warm soapy water. Rinse well and wipe dry thoroughly with a soft cloth.

  • If stain persists, repeat this process.

How to Remove Discoloration

  • Apply lemon juice or white vinegar using a damp cloth on the cookware.

  • Use a stainless-steel cleaning solution and follow the instructions on the label.

How to Avoid Salt Damage and Water Spots

Water contains salt, fluoride, and other mineral deposits that may cause salt damage and water spots. 

  • To prevent salt damage and water spots, hand wash with warm soapy water after each use. Rinse well and towel dry thoroughly with a soft cloth.  

  • To avoid having small white dots or pits on the interior, add salt well after the food has started to cook. Bring liquids to a boil before adding salt and stir well.