Frequently Asked Questions
If I use Non-Stick bakeware, does that mean I don't have to grease and flour my cake tins?
It is recommended that you follow recipe or package mix directions for greasing and flouring, just as you would with a pan that is not non-stick. Greasing and flouring can affect the way some baked goods rise. Cooking sprays however are not recommended for use with non-stick bakeware since the spray may leave some residue on the pan even after proper washing.
How do I care for my Non-Stick bakeware?
Use nylon, wooden or rubber utensils. Do not use metal utensils as they may damage the surface. Never cut on your bakeware. Do not use in oven temperatures in excess of 200 degrees Celsius. Cooking sprays are not recommended for use with non-stick bakeware since the spray may leave some residue on the pan even after proper washing.
Is my Non-Stick bakeware dishwasher safe?
For best results, the non-stick finish cleans up quickly and easily in hot soapy water with a cloth or sponge. Rinse thoroughly with warm water and wipe dry. Never use abrasive cleaners as this may harm your pan.
If you wash your bakeware in the dishwasher, your pan may not dry completely - wipe it with a soft cloth once the cycle has finished. We recommended the minimum measurement of detergent for above-mentioned washing cycle.
What is the recommended cooking temperature and time for my Non-Stick bakeware?
The dark coating on the pan has the ability to transfer heat for even browning and heating. Follow recipe directions for time but check at shortest baking time specified. It is recommended to lower the temperature specified by 10-15 degrees Celsius.