Copper Chef 12″ x 12″ Choice of Grill or Griddle with Glass Press
Copper Chef Grill Buyers’ Guide
Copper chef pans should be cleaned after every use by hand, using warm water, mild dish soap, and a soft, nonmetallic scrubber, sponge, or brush. This will keep it clean and make it last longer. For tougher stains that aren’t removed with just soap, there are three options to cleaning them. The first option is to mix coarse or table salt with lemon juice until it is a paste-like mixture. Apply this mixture to the pan surface with a sponge and scrub, then rinse it off and dry the pan. Another option is to use Catsup, which should be applied and left for 10 minutes, then scrubbed with a sponge or a rag. Once the stains are gone, the paste can be rinsed off and dried. The last option is to use Brasso, which is a commercial cleaner for metal surfaces. Soak a clean cloth with Brasso, apply to the pan and use a clean cloth to polish, rinse and let dry.
Copper Chef grill pans can be easily washed by putting them in the dishwasher. But, to maintain the non-stick aspect of the pans, it is recommended that you season the pans after putting them in the dishwasher. To season your pan, start by washing it with soap and warm water. Then put the pan on medium-high heat to warm it for two minutes. Then, put 2-3 tablespoons of vegetable oil on the pan and spread all over the inner surface. Warm up the oil and allow it to heat until you see sizzling. Turn the heat off and let the pan cool, then drain the extra oil and wipe the pan with a napkin. You mustn’t rinse the pan after removing the excess oil, and your pan is seasoned.
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