HOW TO LOOK AFTER CAMPDEN COOKWARE

CARE GUIDE

Looking after your Campden Cookware is simple. Here are a few Do's and Don'ts for preparing and using your cookware. It's not too late to start if you've owned your cookware for some time.

Recommended Campden Cookware Care:

1 - Do not use excessive heat – use on a low-medium heat for best results. If you do need to use a high heat, lower the setting once the desired heat has been reached.

2 - Campden Cookware is oven safe to 250 degrees (480°F).

3 - Rinse your cookware to remove all traces of food as soon as possible after use. Wash in warm soapy water with a microfibre cloth or non-abrasive brush.

4 - Use only wooden, plastic or silicone utensils with your ILAG® Professional S non-stick coating.

5 - We recommend handwashing your non-stick Campden Cookware by hand.

6 - Try to avoid soaking your cookware and to maintain the quality of the ILAG® Professional S non-stick coating, always dry the interior with a paper towel or microfibre cloth ensuring the surface is free of microscopic oils. 

7 - If you have stainless steel cookware then we suggest washing it in the dishwasher, on a short hot cycle and use quality all-in-one dishwasher tablets.

Common Marks - Their Causes and Remedies:

Water Marks: These are usually caused by water droplets being left to dry on your cookware's surface. These can be easily removed by using white vinegar and a microfibre cloth.

Rainbow Marks: This is usually caused by either overheating your product, by detergents that are not washed off properly, or by particularly acidic foods like wine. These can be easily removed by using a stainless-steel cleaning cream, we recommend Bar Keepers Friend.

Tide Marks: Marks like this are caused by pouring out hot water from your saucepan and letting it cool at room temperature. You can either remove the cooked food from the hot water and let the water cool naturally in the pan, or again use a stainless-steel cleaning cream like Bar Keepers Friend to remove the marks.

Pitting: These tiny holes on the bottom of your pan are caused by salting your water before it is boiling, so make sure that to avoid this you only salt your water when it's boiling.

Recommended Campden Cookware Care:

1 - Do not use excessive heat – use on a low-medium heat for best results. If you do need to use a high heat, lower the setting once the desired heat has been reached.

2 - Campden Cookware is oven safe to 250 degrees (480°F).

3 - Rinse your cookware to remove all traces of food as soon as possible after use. Wash in warm soapy water with a microfibre cloth or non-abrasive brush.

4 - Use only wooden, plastic or silicone utensils with your ILAG® Professional S non-stick coating.

5 - We recommend handwashing your non-stick Campden Cookware by hand.

6 - Try to avoid soaking your cookware and to maintain the quality of the ILAG® Professional S non-stick coating, always dry the interior with a paper towel or microfibre cloth ensuring the surface is free of microscopic oils. 

7 - If you have stainless steel cookware then we suggest washing it in the dishwasher, on a short hot cycle and use quality all-in-one dishwasher tablets.

Common Marks - Their Causes and Remedies:

Water Marks: These are usually caused by water droplets being left to dry on your cookware's surface. These can be easily removed by using white vinegar and a microfibre cloth.

Rainbow Marks: This is usually caused by either overheating your product, by detergents that are not washed off properly, or by particularly acidic foods like wine. These can be easily removed by using a stainless-steel cleaning cream, we recommend Bar Keepers Friend.

Tide Marks: Marks like this are caused by pouring out hot water from your saucepan and letting it cool at room temperature. You can either remove the cooked food from the hot water and let the water cool naturally in the pan, or again use a stainless-steel cleaning cream like Bar Keepers Friend to remove the marks.

Pitting: These tiny holes on the bottom of your pan are caused by salting your water before it is boiling, so make sure that to avoid this you only salt your water when it's boiling.


Robert Welch cookware has been designed to deliver optimum performance during the cooking process. Made from the highest quality materials and designed to complement both modern and traditional kitchens. 

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