Thank you for choosing Ecolution cookware.
Please carefully review the following use, care
and safety instructions, which contain important
information for the use and safe enjoyment of
your new cookware.
Always use oven mitts or potholders when
handling your stockpot. Keep handles from
extending over the front edge of the cooktop
where they can be snagged by clothing or small
hands. Be sure to position handles away from
other burners to keep them from getting hot.
REMEMBER: Put safety first! DO NOT LEAVE AN
EMPTY POT ON A HOT BURNER OR ALLOW
LIQUIDS TO BOIL DRY. Besides wasting energy,
it may impair the pan’s performance, discolor or
damage it. DO NOT STORE FOOD IN A PAN
AFTER COOKING, ALWAYS TRANSFER IT TO
ANOTHER CONTAINER. Stovetop cookware is
not designed for oven use.
Before using your new cookware for the first
time, remove all packaging, wash your pan in
warm, soapy water, rinse and dry.
Avoid utensils with sharp edges on Ecolution
stockpots. You should NEVER cut or chop in the
pan with a metal utensil.
COOKING ON THE STOVETOP
Best results are obtained by preheating your
cookware for 2 to 3 minutes on low heat.
Cookware over heat should never be left
unattended nor empty for an extended time. Ideal
cooking temperature is approx. 300 degrees
Fahrenheit and this is achieved in only a few
minutes at low heat. Continuous high heat may
discolor and damage your cookware. Select the
right size burner to fit the bottom of the pan and
adjust gas flames so they do not extend up the
sides of the pan. Minor scratches will not harm
the performance or affect food cooking in the
pan. Always use oven mitts or potholders.
Ecolution aluminum stockpots are hand wash
only. CAUTION: Always allow the stockpot to
cool completely before handling to avoid
accidental burns. To prevent warping, never run
cool water over the stockpot while it is still hot.
Careful and regular cleaning of your
stockpot is important to help maintain the
luster and integrity of the aluminum over time.
Hand wash with soapy water and rinse
thoroughly after every use. Dry immediately
with a clean towel to help preserve the
stockpot’s appearance. Do not put the stockpot
into an automatic dishwasher or let it soak in
soapy water for long periods of time, as this can
cause the aluminum to discolor and pit.
Undissolved salt and acidic foods should not
be allowed to remain on the stockpot surface
for long periods after use, as this can also cause
pitting. Aluminum may stain from contact with
minerals in certain foods and water. To remove
stains, prepare a solution of 2-3 tablespoons
of lemon juice, vinegar or cream of tartar per
quart of water and let the stockpot soak for
5-10 minutes. Then gently scrub with a
nonabrasive cleaner to avoid scratching the
surface. Rinse thoroughly and dry immediately.
To remove burnt-on food stains, make a paste
of baking soda and water. Coat the stain with
the paste and let sit overnight, then hand
wash and dry as directed above.
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