How ro Save (Re-Season) an Orgreenic Pan?
Ceramic Frying Pan Buyers’ Guide
After using your ceramic pan, let it cool down before you clean it. Use warm water, mild soap, and a soft sponge or cloth to wash it. If there is burnt food on the pan, soak it in hot water for 30 minutes and then wash it. Avoid any type of steel wool, nylon or any abrasive products. Every 2-3 months, you should use a deep cleaning method to remove any stains. Start by soaking the ceramic pan in hot water that has been mixed with mild soap and use a sponge or cloth to wipe any particles off. Then sprinkle some baking powder on the stained areas and let it sit for 20-25 minutes. After that, lightly scrub the pan and use a plastic dish brush until all stains are gone. Rinse the pan using warm water and use a clean dry towel to fully dry it.
Before you start, you must make sure that your pan is completely clean. Use a tablespoon of oil and spread it evenly on the surface of the pan until it is fully coated. If the surface is larger, add more oil. The oil you are going to use should have a high smoking point, so olive oil can’t be used. Next, transfer the pan onto a stove set to medium heat, and leave it there until you see the oil start to smoke. It is important that the oil heating process must be slow, as that will effectively season your pan. You can also use an oven set to 300 degrees and leave the pan inside for 25 minutes. After the oil starts to smoke, take the pan off the stove and let it cool down. Once it is at room temperature, use a clean paper towel and wipe off any excess oil.
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