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2) Gently coat your pan surface with a non-flavored vegetable, canola, or other cooking oil (olive oil is not recommended).
3) Heat the pan over low heat for 1-2 minutes. You can also put it in the oven at 300˚F for about 20 minutes (all Tuxton Home cookware is oven safe and can be used at temperatures up to 500˚F ).
4) Remove the pan from the heat source. Once the oil cools and dries, wipe any excess oil from the pan with a paper towel.
Our nonstick pans can be cleaned with just a quick sponge wash. However, you can repeat the seasoning or curing process as often as you'd like. It will be especially helpful if you frequently use the dishwasher to clean your pans.
Plunging a Hot Pan into Cold Water
Allow your cookware to cool completely before washing. Drastic changes in temperature can damage the nonstick coating.
Dropping a Ceramic Pan on the Floor
If your ceramic coated pan is dropped or impacted, this could cause the ceramic coating to crack or break. Tuxton Home recommends replacing any pans that show a visual deformation in the nonstick coating.
Stack pans carefully with a paper towel or soft cloth between each piece to avoid scratching or scraping the nonstick surface.