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Before Your Bake [Care & Use Instructions: Start to Finish[es]

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B A K E W A R E

Non-Stick and Aluminized Pans

To achieve the best performance and longest life from your non-stick or aluminized steel bakeware, please read and comply with these instructions. Before using for the rst time, remove all labels and wash in hot soapy water. General Guidelines: • For safety and to prevent warping, allow bakeware to cool before cleaning. • Direct contact with salt can cause pitting. • Salt solutions, acidic products like tomatoes, disinfectants, or bleaches can corrode bakeware. Non-stick

• Never store these items in bakeware and avoid prolonged exposure. • Use of plastic, wooden, or silicone rubber utensils is highly recommended. • DO NOT PUT PANS IN DISHWASHER

Aluminimized Steel

Care & Cleaning Non-Stick Pans:

• When stacking pans, place liners between pans to avoid scratching non-stick surfaces. • Do not use metal utensils or other objects that could scratch the coating. Scratching the coating will damage the surface over time and aect performance. • Always remove food from the pan before slicing or cutting. • Use a non-woven scouring pad to remove remaining food from baking and exterior surfaces. • Avoid using abrasive cleaners, metal scouring pads, and strong solvents. • Wiping the pan with a soft dry cloth is usually all that is required to clean the pan.

Care & Cleaning Aluminized Pans: • Prior to baking, the inside of the bakeware should be sprayed lightly with a small amount of vegetable oil or shortening. • Place bakeware in the oven for 8 - IO minutes to "season" the pan. Remove pan from oven and use a paper towel to remove any oil/shortening that remains. Seasoning will prolong the life of the bakeware. • Cleaning with a mild soapy solution after each use will not aect the "seasoning" of the pan. Ok to repeat this procedure as often as needed without doing damage to the bakeware. • When cleaning pans, it is very important to take great care to avoid damage to the coating and/or pans. • All bakeware will last longer and look better if washed by hand with hot soapy water. Rinse thoroughly and allow to air dry completely

Glazed Pans To achieve the best performance and longest life from your glazed bakeware, please read and comply with these instructions. Make sure to wipe pans with a warm, dry cloth before rst use.

General Guidelines:

Silicone Glazed

• Do not store pans wet or in a cold or damp area. Moisture can damage the coating and cause premature corrosion to the pan. • Do not store baked or unbaked products in the pans. Moisture that accumulates under the product, combined with the sugars and starches in the products, forms corrosive by-products that will dissolve the coating and corrode the pan surface. • When cleaning your pans, it is very important to take great care to avoid damage to the coating and/or pans • Use of plastic, wooden, or silicone rubber utensils is highly recommended. • DO NOT PUT PANS IN DISHWASHER

Care & Cleaning for Glazed Pans: • Prior to baking, pans should be sprayed with a lubricant and placed in the oven for 8 - IO minutes to "season" the pan. Seasoning will prolong the life of the glaze. The more a pan is used, the greater the amount of lubricant needed. • After baking, the pan should be depanned as soon as possible, preferably while the pan is still warm. Allowing food product to remain in the pan creates moisture, which can cause glaze lifting and glaze failure. • Wiping the pan with a soft dry cloth is usually all that is required to clean the pan. • Try to avoid washing pans whenever possible. If pans are washed, pans should be re-seasoned. • If pans must be washed, use a mild soap or detergent rinse with cold water and dry immediately. DO NOT USEALKALINE-BASED OR OTHER HARSH CLEANERS, as these will damage or remove the coating and cause corrosionto the pan. DO NOT USE ABRASIVE PADS TO CLEAN PANS. • Water temperature should be as low as possible as steam from hot water will also damage the coating. • DO NOT USE WATER UNDER HIGH PRESSURE, as this can cause permanent coating failure or coating removal. • NEVER SOAK PANS, as this will also damage the coating.. • Make sure pans are completely dry before stacking. Store pans upside down if possible.

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