Whilst our cookware has been manufactured with the highest quality materials, to guarantee longevity and performance there are a few instructions we recommend our consumers to follow.
Please note: below is for general guidance. Please refer to your use and care for full details on how to care for your cookware.
Always follow your stovetop manufacturer’s instructions for specific cookware restrictions. Your guarantee does not cover damage to hobs/stovetops.
- Some cookware (especially those with a small diameter base) may be unstable when used on a gas hob/stovetops.
- Always take care to position the pan at the centre of the pan supports with the handle in line with the main pan supports.
- When cooking, adjust flame so that it does not extend up sides. Do not allow handles to extend over hot burners.
- Never place a hot pan on a cool ceramic/glass stovetop burner, this can cause fusion of the pan to the stovetop.
- When using glass hobs/stove tops make sure to lift pans, do not slide as this will scratch the glass.
- Check that the glass hob is free of food deposits before and during cooking. These can harden and cause cosmetic scratching on the glass surface.
- When matching cookware to ring size, please follow the hob/stovetop manufacturer’s guidelines. They normally mean the size of the pan magnetic base and not the rim diameter.
- Do not leave a pan unattended when preheating since heat up is very rapid on induction.
- Prolonged overheating can cause damage to both your cookware and cooktop.
Check out our article on induction cooking here.