“High Quality Coatings are also available for daily use. Cooking and baking are thereby fun – with ILAG-Special coated objects.”
The coating for everyday use
The systems of the SPECIAL range are selected coating series for daily use with a very good price-performance ratio.
Coatings of the SPECIAL range are suitable for all applications from cookware to bakeware.
Coatings for cookware are three-layer systems on the basis of PTFE (polytetrafluorethylene) with good abrasion properties and a scratch resistance that is just as good.
Coatings for baking moulds and roaster trays are one- or two-layer systems on the basis of PTFE or silicone polyester. Both systems are characterised by good non-stick properties and the best possible resistance to staining.
Instructions for use
Remove the packaging and all labels before using for the first time. Clean the objects with liquid detergent and hot water, and lightly oil or grease them.
Never heat up objects when they are empty; overheating must be avoided. A drop of oil can serve as a temperature indicator to detect overheating.
Baking moulds and roaster trays should not be used on the hotplate, but are exclusively intended for use in the oven.
Before using for the first time, clean the objects with liquid detergent and hot water.
The object can later be cleaned with hot water, detergent and a sponge, or with the fine side of a rinsing sponge. A soft rinsing brush can also be used to clean the object.
In general, non-stick coated objects are cleaned in the dishwasher, although this is not recommended. If the object will nevertheless be washed in a dishwasher, we would recommend re-oiling or re-greasing before using it again.
Under no circumstances should the objects be cleaned with the abrasive side of a rinsing sponge or with a metal scouring pad. The non-stick coating will be scratched, and can be destroyed. The non-stick effect reduces considerably in poorly cleaned objects, and the coating will be destroyed.
Long service life
Overheating can lead to discoloration and will destroy the non-stick coating.
All coatings are sensitive to scratches and cuts. Small scratches are visible, but do not lead to deterioration in performance.
You should therefore only use nylon or wooden utensils in order not to damage the surface seal.
The use of small quantities of fat and oil will considerably extend the service life.
Never heat up an empty pan, in particular with induction hobs. The critical temperatures can be quickly reached. Overheating can lead to the following effects:
- Reduction of the non-stick effect
- Separation of the coating
The pan can be heated up to 230 °C in long-term use, and up to 250 °C over a short-term (according to the BfR recommendation).
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