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Staub Care & Use Guide

Please read the following before first using your Staub cookware:

Staub cookware can be used straight away, but if you would like to create a more non-stick surface quickly, then you should season the pan as follows:

Rinse your product with hot water. Leave it to dry on a low heat, then smear the interior with a little vegetable oil. Heat it on a low heat for a few minutes and wipe away the surplus oil with a cloth. The pores of the enamel will now have penetrated by the oil, creating a naturally smooth surface. Feel free to repeat the operation if you wish.

Your product is now ready to use!

Precautions for use:

  • Metal utensils can harm your product?s enamel. Use silicone, plastic or wooden utensils.
  • In order to avoid burns, always use an oven glove or other protective glove.
  • Enamelled cast iron pans must be heated gradually
  • Enamelled cast iron is compatible with hot plates. In this case, preheat your item at one third strength for 5 minutes. You can then use the full strength of your hot plate. (The booster option should be used with care)
  • Take care to lift the product and do not allow it to slide on glass-ceramic and hot plates, in order to avoid damaging the cooking surface and the base of the container
  • Do not use in a microwave
  • Use a medium heat - a high temperature is not necessary because of the heat retaining qualities of the pan - and reduce heat gradually
  • Select a flame size smaller or equal to the base area of your product
  • Do not place cookware on non-protected surfaces while still hot.
  • Your product may chip or break if it falls onto a hard surface
  • You can place your item in the oven (with the exception of utensils with wooden handles).
  • Allow your product to cool for at least 15 minutes before placing under cold water

Maintenance:

  • You can clean your cookware in the dishwasher (with the exception of utensils with wooden handles), but Staub do not recommend overly intensive use, as modern cleaning products may cause damage in the long term.
  • Do not use abrasive or corrosive products, scouring powder or metallic pads, even if any food residues remain stuck to the product. Instead, leave to soak in hot water, then remove the residues using a non-abrasive sponge.
  • Wash your utensil with washing up liquid and a natural sponge using hot water.
  • Do not use bleach
  • Wipe your product well with a clean cloth and leave it to dry naturally before storing it away.
  • Knobs and handles may become unscrewed with use. You should therefore check this from time to time and retighten screws if necessary
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