Why does my pan look different?
Want to keep your Nanobond cookware looking in pristine condition?
- If a ‘rainbow’ pattern appears at the bottom of the pan – your pan may be overheating. To reduce the appearance of colour in your pan once overheated, use a sponge dipped in lemon juice or vinegar and rub this over the interior of the pan.
- If your pan has a spotted white film – this is caused by minerals in water or from starch in food. It can be removed by rubbing with a sponge dipped in lemon juice or vinegar.
- If your pan is no longer flat on the bottom or there are gaps between the base of the pan and the body – this is caused when the pan has overheated or by pouring cold water into hot cookware, causing it to warp. Try to avoid overheating your cookware and always allow your cookware to cool down after use and before cleaning.