How to Clean Le Creuset Cookware

The Le Creuset company offers several types of high-quality cookware, such as enameled cast iron, stainless steel and hard-anodized aluminum. Though each type of cookware has its own uses, the cleaning methods are similar for each. All cookware types are dishwasher-safe, but LeCreuset recommends hand-washing to keep the cookware in top condition. Prompt, gentle cleaning can prevent stains and reduce the chances of scratches and wear.

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Empty any food from the cookware and allow it to cool before cleaning.

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Wash the cookware with hot, soapy water and a nylon scrubbing pad or sponge. If needed, soak the cookware for 15 to 20 minutes to loosen any tough stains before cleaning.

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Rinse the cookware and dry it thoroughly with a towel. Do not leave moisture on handles or crevices in bakewear, which can become discolored if left wet.

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Remove hard-water stains and other marks from the outside of your stainless steel cookware with a stainless steel cleaner. Apply the cleaner to the pan according to the manufacturer's instructions and polish it to a shine with a soft cloth. If you use the cleaner on the cooking surface, rinse it thoroughly with water and dry it with a towel.