Use & Care

Before First Use

Remove all packaging materials and labels. Wash your cookware thoroughly with mild dishwashing detergent and warm water.

Use liquid dishwashing detergent and a non-abrasive sponge or soft bristle brush. Never use oven cleaners to clean your cookware and hard objects like a metal brush, aluminum wire, abrasive materials, etc.


Using low to medium heat can preserve the cookware’s exterior and nonstick interior. High heat may damage the cookware’s coating.

Match Pan Size to Burner Size that are same size as the pan you are using. Adjust gas flame so that it does not extend up the sides of the pan.

Avoid Sliding or dragging your cookware over the surface of your stovetop, especially glass/ceramic cooktop ranges. This can cause scratches or marks on your stovetop.

Oil Use

if you prefer to keep the use of cooking oil to a minimum, we suggest you to dab your favorite oil on a paper towel and carefully wipe the interior of your pan before cooking instead of using nonstick sprays.


Never use metal utensils, sharp instruments or harsh abrasives when cleaning your cookware. that may scratch your cookware and weaken the glass lid.

Saflon cookware's are dishwasher safe. Use automatic dishwashing detergent without bleach or citrus additives.


Saflon cookware are metal utensils safe but never use sharped-edged utensils in nonstick pans. Sharped-edged utensils will scratch nonstick surface of your cookware. We recommend using  plastic or wooden utensils

Handles and Knobs

Handles and knobs can get very hot under some conditions. Use caution when touching them and always have potholders available for use.

Position pans so that handles are not over other hot burners. Do not allow handles to extend beyond the edge of the stove where pans can be knocked off the cooktop.

When cooking on a gas stove, place the pan on the burner with the handle lined up with one of the burner grate crossbars to help prevent the pan tipping.

Loose Handles

Handles are attached with screws may get loose after a long time use because of temperature change. Periodically, check handles and knobs to be sure they are not loose. If they are loose, re-tighten the screws, being careful not to over-tighten.


When removing lids or cooking with steam vented lids, always position the lid so that the steam is directed away from you. Always use a potholder when adjusting lids with steam vents.

Do not place glass lids directly on top of or directly under heating elements. Avoid extreme temperature changes when using glass lids. Do not submerge a hot lid in cold water or place on a cold surface. 


To avoid scratches or chips on the cookware in and out surface use Saflon storage bags or paper towels between pans when storing.


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