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My Cookware Looks Different Now. What Happened?

Understanding Changes in Your Cookware Appearance

If you've noticed a difference in your Swiss Diamond cookware's performance, there might be a few common mistakes contributing to the issue. Here's a closer look:

Cooking Over High Heat:

  • Nonstick cookware is designed for low to medium heat cooking. High heat can lead to blistering, chipping, or peeling of the nonstick coating. Preheating the pan for an extended period without food also causes damage. Stick to medium heat for optimal results.

Cutting Food in the Pan:

  • While modern nonstick coatings are robust, they aren't impervious to sharp utensils. Cutting food or using immersion blenders in the pan can lead to scratches and void the warranty. To preserve your cookware, transfer food to a plate before cutting.

Oil Build-Up:

  • Swiss Diamond cookware is designed for oil-free cooking, but if you choose to use oil, ensure it's at the proper heat setting. Using oil above its smoke point can cause a dark-colored build-up that hampers the nonstick surface. Clean the pan thoroughly after each use to prevent this and consider using recommended oils.

Lack of Proper Cleaning:

  • Proper cleaning is essential for maintaining nonstick performance. Thoroughly clean the pan with a grease-fighting dish soap after each use to prevent oil build-up and food sticking. For oil carbonization issues, try an at-home treatment to restore the nonstick surface.

Remember, adhering to the Use & Care Instructions is crucial for maintaining the longevity and performance of your Swiss Diamond cookware.