Never use bleach.
Never place an empty pot on the heat.
Wash all pieces after each use.
Always DRY the pieces.
If you cook with gas, ensure the flame does not protrude around the edges.
To achieve MAXIMUM TERMAL EFFICIENCY, ensure the ring size is not larger than the diameter of the pot base.
If spilled salt accumulates in the bottom of the pot can cause pitting corrosion. Please wait for the water to boil add salt in order to aid dissolution and avoid the accumulation of salt in a localized area.
Spend a VINEGAR dampened cloth inside the piece, then thoroughly wash the entire piece with warm water and mild liquid detergent using a sponge or dishcloth to remove manufacturing oils and polishing compounds. Rinse with clean water and dry immediately with a cloth.
Pase por el interior de la pieza un paño o esponja con vinagre, y después aclare y seque. Esto evitara la aparición de manchas calcáreas en un futuro.
Always cook over medium or low heat, overheating can cause a type rainbow fading and damage the steel surface.
Use only wooden, nylon, plastic or silicone utensils to prevent scratching.
Wash in hot soapy water after each use , rinse well and dry immediately with a soft cloth to get the best results from your pot.
Always leave your pots and pans cool before washing, dip a hot pot in water can cause deformations.
NEVER USE bleach or products containing chlorine, as they can damage the steel.
… Food burns onto the pot
Cover the burnt area in water, add a little detergent and boil for 10 min. Then wash rubbing with a sponge or soft brush.
… Oil, milk, etc… is spilt on the pot.
Clean the pot outside before placing it on the heat again.
… You accidentally leave part of the pot on the heat and it becomes very hot.
DO NOT QUENCH IN COLD WATER, leave it to cool down slowly.
… There is scale on the piece.
If the surface is shiny, use a stainless Steel polishing agent (e.g.SIDOL o NETOL) and wash it as for the first use. If the surface is matte, use a soapy SCOTCH-BRITE pad and wash it normally.
… You have left the piece to cool down with the lid on and now you can remove the lid.
Heat up the poto n a low heat. When you notice the lid is slightly warm, it will come unstruck easily.
…The piece turns yellow or blue after being left on the heat with no liquid or food in it.
Heat up some water in the pot, add a little vinegar, leave it to cool and wash normally.