How one cleans Cuisinart cookware depends on the type of product. Some collections contain dishwasher-safe cookware, while others must be washed by hand. For dishwasher-safe sets, place the cookware on the regular racks, and wash them with other pots and pans. Hand-washing techniques vary based on the type of cookware items and if there is any dried-on food. Soak in warm water to loosen any dried-on food remains.Continue Reading
For all cookware, let it cool before hand-washing. Use a soft cloth or sponge for cleaning. Avoid using any abrasive products, such as a steel-wool pad, because it can damage the finish on the cookware. Squirt a couple of drops of mild dish-washing liquid in a sink of warm water. Wipe the inside and outside of the cookware with the cloth or sponge until it is clean. Rinse in cold water; and, either let it air dry, or dry it with a clean, lint-free cloth.
If there are stains on the outside of the cookware, use an oven cleaner to help remove them. For stains inside the pan, use special products designed for cookware to prevent damage. If the cookware loses its overall shine, wash it in vinegar to restore its brightness.Learn more about Cookware & Kitchen Tools
Replacement Cuisinart lids are found at the official Cuisinart website, the Cuisinart Webstore, authorized independent retailers for Cuisinart as well as Amazon.com. Enter the model number of the product that needs a replacement lid in the search box on the Cuisinart and Cuisinart Webstore websites to find the part. Type the search query "Cuisinart lid" in the search box on Amazon.com to find replacement lids there.Full Answer >
Submit a Calphalon cookware review by locating the product you plan to review on the Calphalon cookware website, clicking Write a Review, filling in the relevant information and clicking Post Review at the bottom of the pop-up review frame. You must also agree to Calphalon’s terms and conditions for posting reviews as part of the submission process.Full Answer >
Ceramic cookware is safe to prepare and serve food in when it is labeled as a Perfluorooctanoic acid-free product. Cookware that is PFOA may still be used safely, as long as the cookware is not scratched or dented. This food-safe ceramic cookware is typically labeled as being PFOA free.Full Answer >
The Cuisinart website has information posted about product recalls. As of 2015, the only recall listed for a Cuisinart product is for a laceration hazard from the company's 7-cup food processors.Full Answer >