- Wash the product with dtergent or baking soda thoroughly.
- There is a risk of burns due to high temperature when cooking. The handles on both sides of the pot and lid knobs will become hot, so make sure to wear kitchen gloves.
- Due to its excellent thermal conductivity, using medium or low heat is reccomended
.- Be careful when using on high heat, as the product may discolor or the food may burn or stick.
- Avoid using metal cooking utensils. Instead, wooden or silicone tools are recommended.
- Due to the characteristics of enamel, the surface of the enamel coating can be broken bt rapis temperature changes. Do not pput the hot dutch oven directly in a refrigerator or cold water.
- Heating the product immediately after taking it out of the refrigerator might also cause serious damage
- Avoid cookiing without oil or water, as overheating might permanently damage the product.
- Do not use in the mocrowave.
Removing Burnt Food
- Fill the cooking vessel with enough water to cover the burnt area, and bring to a boil. Once it's cooled down, gently scrub with a soft sponge and mild soap to clean it up. Never use an abrasive cleanser.
- Wash the food as soon as possible after cooking, and completely remove moisture from the base of the pot.
- Hesselbach Dutch oven is designed mainly for cooking, not for storing. If the food is stored in the pot, it will reduce the lifespan of the product.
- The abrassive scrubber can damage the coating and leave stains or metal marks. Using a soft sponge is recommended.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Be careful from accidentally dropping or knocking hard as string impact can damage the product.
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