How to Clean Your Porcelain Bakeware

Team Made In|Apr 06, 2021
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Doing the dishes at the end of the night is what home cooks dread the most—after cooking or baking a time-intensive dish, a full sink can be a tough sight to bear.

That's why our line of

French Porcelain Bakeware

is both naturally non stick and dishwasher safe—meaning you have one less dish to worry about at the end of the night. Here's what you need to know about cleaning and maintaining your Bakeware.

Caring for Your Bakeware

After you unbox your new Bakeware, make sure to wash it by hand with warm water, dish soap, and a soft sponge. Dry with a dish towel or rag, and you're ready to get baking.

There are some things we recommend keeping in mind to ensure that your new Bakeware will last forever:

Don’t use your Baking Dish directly on the stovetop, and avoid using a sharp knife to cut in any of our Bakeware.

Even though our Baking Dishes are highly resistant to thermal shock, it is best practice not to place your Bakeware (or any piece of Cookware) right from the oven under cold water.

How to Clean Your Bakeware

Allow your Bakeware to cool completely before washing it. Once it's cooled, use soap and warm water to scrub the surface of your Baking Dish. All food and crumbs should come off, but we all know this isn’t always the case. If there are stuck-on food bits, add a small amount of water to the pan along with some soap, and let it soak for 10 minutes.

For stubborn stains or more burnt on remnants, sprinkle a layer of baking soda on the surface of the dish, and then add dish soap and fill your baking dish with hot water. Let the dish soak for 15-20 minutes.

Scrape the food in the baking dish with a spatula, sponge, or

Wooden Spoon

to free up any residue, then pour out the water, and rinse the baking dish.

Having Bakeware that's easy to clean frees you up for more important tasks, like taste testing your bake. Check out our blog for more information on Bakeware, like why

French Porcelain Bakeware is superior

and

how to get the most out of your new Bakeware items

.