Product features Cast iron
Enameled cast iron
Cast iron is one of the materials that stores heat best, release it only slowly and distribute it evenly. Cast iron looks more stable than it really is in terms of its structure. It can not be bent, but easily broken if the item falls on the floor. The enameled cast iron pots are triple coated with a special enamel coating. This 3-layer enamel coating ensures a long life (protection of the cast surface against rust, even in case of Damage to the upper layer of the enamel coating.) The inner sides of the cocottes are enameled matt black. This gives the items better resistance to high heat and better scratch resistance and non-stick properties. Cast iron is made entirely of environmentally friendly materials and is 100% recyclable. Suitable for all types of stoves and ovens including induction (except microwave). Enameled cast iron can be cleaned in the dishwasher
It cannot be bent but will break easily if the item is dropped on the floor. Cast iron is made entirely of environmentally friendly Materials and is 100% recyclable. Cast iron teapots have a full coating on the inside (serves as a Rust protection) as well as an integrated stainless steel tea strainer. Due to the high heat storage capacity of cast iron, the tea in the teapots stays warm for up to one hour (without additional
heat source). Do not use the coated cast iron teapots for boiling water and under no circumstances a gas stove! Never leave the teapot with little or no water on a burning teapot warmer, this will cause damage.
Not dishwasher safe
Not microwave safe
Not oven safe
Product characteristics cast iron not enameled
Cast iron is one of the materials that store heat best, release it only store heat best, release it only slowly and distribute it absolutely evenly. Cast iron looks more stable than it really is in terms of its structure. It can not be bent, but will break easily if the item is dropped on the floor. Cast iron is made entirely of environmentally friendly Materials and is 100% recyclable. Wash cast iron cookware with hot water without detergent. It is even better if cast iron cookware is wiped out with a paper towel only. If cookware has been cleaned with water, please (allow to) dry properly. Raw cast iron pots and pans are baked with canola oil during manufacturing. They should therefore should always be lightly greased to prevent corrosion. If cookware turns gray or rusts, this happens because the original layer of grease has been washed off. Remove rust spots with steel wool, then then rub cookware generously with canola oil and place in the oven at 150°C for 20-30 minutes until the oil has dried. Suitable for all types of stoves and ovens incl. induction (except microwave).
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