Pots and pans made of cast iron are suitable for all kinds of ovens, including induction, but should not be used in the microwave. Never place hot items directly onto unprotected surfaces.
In the firing process of uncoated pots and pans rapeseed oil has been used. In order to avoid corrosion, cast iron products should always be slightly greased with cooking oil. Before using it for the first time, rinse the cast iron products under clean running water. Used items should be cleaned with hot water only – do not use dishwashing liquids. Recommendation: Clean the rustic pots and pans with paper towels only.
To remove burnt food particles a “peeling” can be done from time to time by rubbing 2 tablespoons of salt with a dry tea towel.
Enameled cookware can be cleaned in the dishwasher, if necessary. There is no need to grease these products before storing, but make sure that they are dried properly.
Before using teapots made of cast iron for the first time, rinse the teapot thoroughly several times with warm water. Heat the teapot only if it is filled by at least two thirds. Cast iron teapots are suitable for all ovens and cookers except for gas cookers. By no means may it be heated in a microwave. Having used the teapot, please rinse it with warm water only. It is not dishwasher safe! Do not use any abrasive sponges or similar devices.