- After cooking, please use scrub etc. without using detergent, please wash with hot water.
- After washing, wipe off moisture with a dry cloth and make sure pan is dry before putting it away. (It may rust if you put it away before it is dry.)
- Do not use a knife or anything else likely to scratch the surface in order to remove food that is stuck or burned in. Soak pan in boiling water to soften stuck or burned food before trying to remove it.
- Do not leave what you have cooked in the pan since this may cause it to rust. Transfer unused food to another container.
- Please do not use for automatic dishwasher.
- To avoid rust, do not stack or store pan on top of products made of other metals.
- Fry pan and handle will be hot during and after cooking. Do not handle with bare hands, but use a oven glove.
- If you cook vegetables with a lot of tannin such as burdock root or lotus root, the ingredients may change color.
- The hole at the base of the handle is produced during manufacture. If water gets in after washing this may lead to rust. Always wipe out the water in the hole carefully with a cloth.
- The heat resistant silicone coating will become thinner with use. In this case, and if you notice rust, heat the pan gently, dry it and coat it lightly with oil.