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Watching This Video Will Add Years to the Life of Your Nonstick Pan

Watching This Video Will Add Years to the Life of Your Nonstick Pan

Caring for nonstick is as easy as cooking with it.

A few easy habits will keep your cookware working great for years.

Caring for nonstick is as easy as cooking with it.

A few easy habits will keep your cookware working great for years.

Choose the right utensil.

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Our nonstick coating is thick and strong, but even light scratches can speed up its deterioration. Non-metal utensils, such as silicone or silicone-lined ones, will best protect the nonstick coating.

green checkWood

green checkSilicone (or silicone-lined)

green checkPlastic

red xMetal

Choose the right utensil.

Our nonstick coating is thick and strong, but even light scratches can speed up its deterioration. Non-metal utensils, such as silicone or silicone-lined ones, will best protect the nonstick coating.

green checkWood

green checkSilicone (or silicone-lined)

green checkPlastic

red xMetal

Try to use medium and low heat.

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Using high heat, such as for searing steaks or blistering veggies, causes the nonstick coating to wear down faster — so we recommend using medium and low heat as often as possible.

green checkUse low to medium-high stovetop heat.

green checkOven safe (up to 450ºF).

red xAvoid high heat when possible.

red xNot safe for broilers.

Try to use medium and low heat.

Using high heat, such as for searing steaks or blistering veggies, causes the nonstick coating to wear down faster — so we recommend using medium and low heat as often as possible.

green checkUse low to medium-high stovetop heat.

green checkOven safe (up to 450ºF).

red xAvoid high heat when possible.

red xNot safe for broilers.

To clean, just wipe gently.

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Cleaning is easy — there’s no worry of food sticking! Rinse and gently wipe both the inside and outside of the pan with warm water and dish soap, using a soft sponge or cloth.

green checkHand-wash with dish soap recommended

green checkUse a soft sponge or cloth

red xAvoid abrasive scrubbers or steel wool

red xDishwasher not recommended

To clean, just wipe gently.

Cleaning is easy — there’s no worry of food sticking! Rinse and gently wipe both the inside and outside of the pan with warm water and dish soap, using a soft sponge or cloth.

green checkHand-wash with dish soap recommended

green checkUse a soft sponge or cloth

red xAvoid abrasive scrubbers or steel wool

red xDishwasher not recommended

Protect the surface when storing it.

If stacking your nonstick pan in a cupboard or drawer, line the cookware with a pan protector, kitchen towel, or a few layers of paper towels. This provides a layer of protection against anything that might scratch your nonstick surface.

Protect the surface when storing it.

If stacking your nonstick pan in a cupboard or drawer, line the cookware with a pan protector, kitchen towel, or a few layers of paper towels. This provides a layer of protection against anything that might scratch your nonstick surface.

Oven-Safe up to 450º F

Induction Compatible

Hand-wash Recommended

More questions? We’ve got answers.

(You can always find more tips, FAQs, and info in the Misen Help Center.)

question markCan I use it in the oven?

Yes — both the pan and its stainless-steel handle are oven-safe up to 450°F. To ensure that your cookware lasts as long as possible, avoid placing it close to the oven’s heat source, or using it with your oven’s broiler setting.

question markWhat should I cook in my nonstick cookware?

You can cook anything in our nonstick cookware — it’s nonreactive, oven-safe up to 450°F, and no food is going to stick to it. Chefs prefer nonstick pans for delicate foods, like eggs, fish, and pancakes, and use other types of cookware (like stainless steel and carbon steel) for high-heat, heavy-duty cooking. But as long as you take care to protect the coatings, you can use your cookware to cook anything you like.

question markWill nonstick cookware last forever?

There’s good news and bad news. The bad news first: unfortunately, nonstick cookware won’t last forever. The nonstick coatings wear down over time, even through normal cooking. The good news is that our nonstick coating is thicker, stronger, and more durable than most of the competition — it will last up to 2.5 times longer than anything else in its price range.

question markThere are bumps on the bottom of my lids. Is something wrong?

Those are meant to be there. While the lids that come with some of our nonstick cookware pieces form a strong seal on your cookware, the bumps in the silicone lining allow a small amount of steam to escape, similar to if there were a steam valve in the lid.

question markIs nonstick cookware really safe?

Yes, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) — which is the material that gives nonstick cookware its nonstick quality — is safe to cook with. Much of the worry over PTFE is tied to Perfluorooctanoic Acid or PFOAs, which used to appear in trace amounts in PTFE cookware but have since been removed. Misen Essential Nonstick Cookware uses one of the highest grade PTFE coatings on the market and is 100% PFOA-free.

More questions? We’ve got answers.

(You can always find more tips, FAQs, and info in the Misen Help Center.)

Can I use it in the oven?

Yes — both the pan and its stainless-steel handle are oven-safe up to 450°F. To ensure that your cookware lasts as long as possible, avoid placing it close to the oven’s heat source, or using it with your oven’s broiler setting.

What should I cook in my nonstick cookware?

You can cook anything in our nonstick cookware — it’s nonreactive, oven-safe up to 450°F, and no food is going to stick to it. Chefs prefer nonstick pans for delicate foods, like eggs, fish, and pancakes, and use other types of cookware (like stainless steel and carbon steel) for high-heat, heavy-duty cooking. But as long as you take care to protect the coatings, you can use your cookware to cook anything you like.

Will nonstick cookware last forever?

There’s good news and bad news. The bad news first: unfortunately, nonstick cookware won’t last forever. The nonstick coatings wear down over time, even through normal cooking. The good news is that our nonstick coating is thicker, stronger, and more durable than most of the competition — it will last up to 2.5 times longer than anything else in its price range.

There are bumps on the bottom of my lids. Is something wrong?

Those are meant to be there. While the lids that come with some of our nonstick cookware pieces form a strong seal on your cookware, the bumps in the silicone lining allow a small amount of steam to escape, similar to if there were a steam valve in the lid.

Is nonstick cookware really safe?

Yes, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) — which is the material that gives nonstick cookware its nonstick quality — is safe to cook with. Much of the worry over PTFE is tied to Perfluorooctanoic Acid or PFOAs, which used to appear in trace amounts in PTFE cookware but have since been removed. Misen Essential Nonstick Cookware uses one of the highest grade PTFE coatings on the market and is 100% PFOA-free.