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iCook™ 4-Piece Saucepan Set

iCook™ 4-Piece Saucepan Set

Item # 101082 - 4-piece set
Availability: In Stock
750 AmPerks Points
MULTITASKING MASTERPIECES – Make soups, boil vegetables, braise meats and more.
  • NSF Independently Certified

What's the difference between the iCook™ Nonstick Frypans and the iCook™ Saucepans? Why do I need both?

iCook Nonstick Frypans have a nonstick coating and a single-ply body with a sloping edge to make it easy to slide food, like omelets and pancakes, out of the pan after cooking. iCook™ Saucepans have a stainless steel finish and a multi-ply body, for better heat distribution.

May I use iCook™ cookware on my ceramic cooktop?

Yes. The fully encapsulated aluminum slab base is compatible with all common cooktops, from gas and electric to glass and ceramic stoves.

May I put iCook™ cookware in the oven?

You may use iCook™ cookware in the oven or on the stovetop. The pans can be used in an oven at temperatures up to 400 degrees F (204 degrees C). Remember, oven temperatures can vary significantly from the temperature indicator dial. Check the actual temperature occasionally, using an oven thermometer. Never use the pans for broiling, since temperatures can easily exceed 500 degrees F (260 degrees C). Frequent use of this cookware in the oven can dull the appearance of the handles.

How should I care for my iCook™ cookware?

Before first use, wash cookware in solution of Amway Home™ Dish Drops™ Dishwashing Liquid and vinegar to remove any lingering manufacturing oils and polishes. Rinse thoroughly after washing.

After each use, hand-wash as soon as possible using Amway Home™ Dish Drops™ Dishwashing Liquid and hot water. To avoid warping, never put a hot pan in contact with cold water.

Do not use any steel wool scouring pads, abrasive powders or Amway Home™ Scrub Buds™ Scouring Pads on the mirror finish exterior surfaces. Amway Home™ Scrub Buds™ Scouring Pads can be used only on the inside and bottom of the pan.

Can I put iCook™ cookware in the dishwasher?

Yes, however we do not recommend placing your cookware in the dishwasher because various dishwashing compounds and hot drying cycles may damage the handles/knobs which are not covered by the warranty.

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