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Care instructions and product use

 

 

1 - How to maintain stainless steel and aluminium products?

To prevent water spots, wipe your stainless steel and aluminum products with a soft, dry cloth immediately after washing.

Always wash your stainless steel and aluminum products before first use.

Do not wash your product with other metals (iron, silver, etc ...) or products that may contain traces of rust.

Do not use bleach or sponge that could scratch your stainless steel and aluminum products.

 

2 - How to maintain your silverware?

To avoid scratches, do not use abrasive sponge to clean your silverware.

Over time, there is a risk of blackened silverware and this is natural. To overcome this problem, you just need to polish your items using products specifically designed for silverware.

 

3 - How to maintain your glass products?

If you wash your glasses in the dishwasher, make sure you use softener regularly. To avoid water marks, always wipe your glasses immediately after having washed them.

Some glasses are resistant to high temperatures, be sure to follow the user instructions.

This information is always displayed on the product page, either by mentioning the maximum operating temperature or by stating "oven" or "oven safe."

<p > Be careful not to clink your glass products.

 

4 - How to maintain your porcelain products?

Avoid clinking or stacking porcelain products..

Some porcelain products are suitable for use in oven and microwave oven, be sure to follow the instructions. Note that porcelain is not resistant to thermal shock and as such be careful not to put cold porcelain in a hot oven.

 

5 - How to maintain plastic, polycarbonate and other derivatives?

Take care not to scratch plastic and polycarbonate with an abrasive sponge or other object that may alter the material.

Do not use stainless steel cutlery on plastic dishes or polycarbonate to prevent scratches.

Do not put your utensils and other plastics products in direct contact with a heat source.

Materials concerned.. polypropylene, silicone, acrylic, polycarbonate, melamine

 

6 - How to maintain your stainless steel kitchen knives and other alloys?

To preserve the sharpness of your knives, do not put them in the dishwasher.

To sharpen your stainless steel knives and other alloys, use a suitable sharpener (whetstone or honing steel). Do not hesitate to contact a professional cutler.

Each type of knife is suitable for a particular use, take care not to use it for a purpose which they are not intended for.

To avoid water spots, wipe your stainless steel products and alloys with a soft, dry cloth immediately after washing

 

7 - How to maintain your ceramic knives?

Always use a wooden or plastic cutting board, not your work surface or plate.

Limit the amount of strip shocks by rattling or making them fall.

Ceramic knives are dishwasher-safe.

To sharpen your ceramic knife, use a sharpener suitable for ceramic blades, not regular steel or a millstone. For sharpening your ceramic knives, do not hesitate to contact a professional cutler.

 

8 - How to maintain your wooden products?

Do not put your utensils and other wooden products in direct contact with a heat source.

Wipe your wooden items directly after having washed them

 

9 - How to maintain your silicone products?

Silicone is quite resistant to temperature variations (-60 to 260°C generally, refer to usage tips present on the sheets). You can also put your molds and other silicone products in the refrigerator, oven and microwave. These products should not be put in contact with a flame (stove, barbecue ...)

To avoid scratching your silicone products, do not use sharp or abrasive utensils with silicone molds.

To wash your items, you can use a soft sponge and dish soap or dishwasher.

 

10 - How to maintain your slate items?

Although strong, be careful not to clink or drop your slate products.

The slate is not suitable to be washed in the dishwasher but you can clean your products simply with soap and water .

Slate is a porous rock and hence, we advise you to apply regularly mineral oil that will provide better stain resistance.

Slate products withstand temperatures between -20 and 80 ° C.

 

11 - How to maintain your non-stick coatings?

Above all it is essential not to scratch your non-stick coatings. To do this, you need to outlaw contacting any sharp or pointed object with non-stick coatings and prefer wooden utensils. Never cut off ingredients on non-stick cookware

To wash your non-stick coatings, use a non-abrasive sponge and dish-washing liquid. Do not use a scrubbing brush! A nonstick coating well maintained and used can normally be cleaned easily with a simple soft sponge.