To clean exposed hard anodised surfaces, use warm water and mild dishwashing liquid with a sponge, nylon pad or dishcloth. To prevent water spotting, rinse in warm-hot water after washing and towel dry thoroughly.
If staining or burnt on spots occur, on the hard anodised exterior surfaces of your cookware, soak the pan in hot water with a liquid dishwashing detergent before washing with Bar Keeper’s Friend® cleanser. Be sure to rinse well as Bar Keeper’s Friend® can leave a powdery residue.
You can also make a paste of baking soda and water. Rub onto stains using a nylon pad and let sit for up to 30 minutes before washing again and rinsing in warm-hot water, finish by drying thoroughly.
DO NOT wash hard-anodised cookware in the dishwasher unless the use and care included with your product says it is safe to do so. Harsh chemicals like dishwasher detergents will damage the surface. Do not use oven cleaners, steel wool, harsh detergents or cleansers with chlorine bleach. If your exposed hard anodised surface has turned a milky white or silver colour, it’s an indication harsh chemicals or cleaning products have been used.