- Cast iron cookware is extremely durable, and easily withstands the rigors of daily use.
- The porcelain enamel interior finish requires no seasoning and resists scratches and chips.
- The porcelain enamel interior finish does not react to foods - making it impermeable to odors and stains, and making it safe for food storage in either the fridge or freezer.
- Tight-fitting lids form an excellent seal to keep moisture and heat inside.
- Safe for use on all cooking surfaces, and safe for use in the oven at any temperature including under the broiler.
- Knobs are made from classic cast stainless steel for good looks and durability.
- Recommended cooking utensils are heat-resistant Silicone, heat-resistant plastic, and wooden utensils in order to protect the surface.
- Each piece comes with a limited lifetime warranty.
- The slick porcelain enamel finish makes it a favourite amongst many cooks because it is easy to clean.
- Constant dishwashing may lead to some dulling of the enamel finish. The dulling is not harmful and will not impair performance.
- TIP: Although porcelain enamel cast-iron cookware is somewhat non-stick, you'll significantly cut your washing time if you wash them soon after use, rather than allowing food to sit in them.
- TIP: If the enamel on this cookware is chipped, exposing the underlying iron, that area may rust if exposed to water for too long (avoid soaking if this is the case).
- TIP: For stubborn stains pour 1 pint of water and 1 tsp. of bleach into a stained enamel coated cast iron pot, and soak for 2 to 3 hours before washing with soap and water.
- TIP: For stubborn residues, nylon or soft abrasive pads or brushes can be used. Do not use metallic pads or harsh abrasive cleaning agents as these will damage the enamel.
- TIP: Maintain the tightness of affixed handles and knobs by checking and re-tightening them regularly.
- CAUTION: Enameled Cast Iron is extremely durable, but it may be damaged if dropped or knocked against a hard surface.
- CAUTION: Never put hot cast-iron, whether porcelain enamel coated or not, into water. Let it cool down before washing. The cast-iron can (and probably will) crack otherwise, destroying the cookware.
- CAUTION: Although cast enamel cookware cookware does resist scratches, you should still avoid using abrasive cleaners or steel wool on enamel finishes.