Cookware with a coating should be washed up by hand as the non-stick effect may wear off if placed in the dishwasher.
Never use steel wool or abrasives to clean.
The outside of the cookware can be polished using stainless steel polish.
Avoid storing food in the frying pan for long periods of time as it may damage the coating.
If the coating darkens over time, it is due to a thin layer of burnt egg white from the food. This can easily be removed by filling the pan with water and adding 4-5 tbsp of laundry detergent. Allow to simmer for approx. 45 minutes. Stir occasionally with a washingup brush or nylon spatula. Repeat if necessary. Then use washing-up liquid to wash the pan before wiping the inside with a thin layer of cooking oil.