Careinstructions for SKK products
Note for cleaning
Please clean our products immediately after each use with hot water and some dish soap.
Note for use on ceramic and induction cookers
Always keep the pans and pans on ceramic and indcution cookers. These cooking zones are subject to low produciton tolerances. Due to this, as well as by slight contamination between the cooking zone and the pans floor (for example, by salt, sugar, etc.), scratches can occur on the aluminum floor or on the ceramic or induction cooking field when the pans and pots are moved. No liability can be assumed for the damages.
How do I maintain my SKK cast iron?
Maintaining SKK Series products 3 - 5 - 7 - 9 - 11 - 13 - 15: In most cases, you will only need hot water, a soft rinse brush and some detergent. Everything will be hygienically clean. Then you should rub your cooking utensils briefly with some cooking oil. Remove very stubborn dirt with a little detergent and a soft nylon sponge. We recommend that you do not clean your cast iron in the dishwasher, because the detergents used in modern appliances are becoming more and more aggressive, resulting in a drying out of the surface sealing during cleaning in the dishwasher. The same happens when rising plates with gold rim in the dishwasher. Over time, the surface seal may darken. This is a normal process, which does not affect the usability properties in any way. You should not attempt to remove this discoloration. Your SKK cast cookware is intended for cooking, and not for storing food. Therefore, it should be cleaned immediately after use.
How do I maintain my new SKK stainless steel cookware?
Since the Tri-Play stainless steel base of this cooking utensil is ultra hard and non-porous, a small amount of oil or fat is sufficient for a healthy cooking, the cookware can be cleaned quickly and simply with a little washing-up liquid and warm water. SKK stainless steel products are fully dishwasher-safe. Remove your stainless steel cooking utensils from the dishwasher immediatly after the cleaning program has finished, to avoid water stains that can be caused by condensed water vapor. For normal cleaning you need hot water and some dish soap. In the case of coarse or dehumidified soiling, soak the residue in hot water for a few minutes and then restore the luster with water and detergent. If blunt stains or discolouration of the surface can occur in the course of time, you can simply rub it off with a lemon half. Scratching sponges, steel wool or abrasive detergents should not be used as these can roughen the surface. Salt only on your food and avoid the direct contact of salt on the pans floor. Before adding salt, vinegar or other dressings or spices, please ensure that the water in the pot is boiling. This helps avoid corrosion or oxidation of the material. Corrosion-induced discolourations in the surface are unavoidable, but do not affect the functionality and quality of your cookware any way. And please remember: Stainless steel can also rust if it comes into contact with other material, which can rust, for example in the dishwasher. Stainless steel can also rust in harsh industrial applications. The detergent used in commercial dishwashers is usually very aggressive and can attack the stainless steel surface.