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Do our place pans have a warranty?

Yes, our place pans have a warranty. All of our place pans come with a 100-day warranty with the purchase of any Instant Pot product. This warranty covers any product that has a manufacturing defect.

If the product is damaged due to misuse or abuse, the warranty does not cover the damages. The warranty will replace, repair, or issue a refund for the product if all conditions are met.

Is Always Pan lifetime warranty?

No, the Always Pan does not come with a lifetime warranty. It does come with a Limited 1 year warranty covering any defects in materials and workmanship under normal use, but this does not extend to normal wear and tear or negligence.

Additionally, its ceramic coating is covered by a Limited 10 year warranty. Any claims under this warranty must be immediately reported to the manufacturer, and they have the right to refuse warranty coverage if any product defects are caused by misuse.

Why is my Always Pan sticking?

If your Always Pan is sticking, it could be due to a few things. First, it could be from not following the proper cooking instructions. For example, you should use medium heat when cooking and make sure that you have enough oil, butter, or fat to coat the bottom of the pan before you start cooking.

For best results, preheat the pan for 3-5 minutes before adding food. Secondly, it could be because you are cooking something with a high water content such as vegetables, rice, or beans. High water content can cause sticking, so it is best to add a little extra oil or fat to the pan before adding the food to help prevent sticking.

Lastly, it could be because the Always Pan is not properly seasoned. You can season the pan by lightly coating the inner surface with oil and heating it on low for 30 minutes. Once you’ve done this, you can clean the pan with a damp cloth and start enjoying your non-stick cooking experience.

Is Our Place pan made in China?

No, Our Place’ pan is not made in China. Our Place is a Cookeville-based family-owned business that has been in operation since 2005. They design, experiment, and build all of their cookware in their own production facility in the USA.

Our Place’s cookware is made of high-grade aluminum and is manufactured in the state of Tennessee. It is then treated with proprietary non-stick coating technology to make it one of the longest lasting and most durable pans on the market.

The mission of the company is to provide exceptional performance and value, so you can be sure you’re getting a high-quality product that was made with care right here in the USA.

How do you get stains out of a place pan?

Getting stains out of a baking pan can be a daunting task. The best practice for removing stains from a baking pan depends on the type of material the pan is made from. Generally, using soapy warm water to scrub the stain with a non-abrasive sponge or brush should do the trick.

However, if this does not remove the stain, you may need to resort to other methods.

If you have a stainless steel baking pan, baking soda, white vinegar and a cloth should help remove any build-up and stubborn stains. To start, fill the pan with very hot, soapy water and add a few tablespoons of baking soda and a few drops of white vinegar.

Allow the mixture to sit in the pan for a couple of hours, then use a cloth and a brush to scrub away the dirt and stains.

For glass or non-stick coated baking pans, a paste of baking soda and water can be an effective way to remove stubborn stains. Take a few tablespoons of baking soda and half a cup of water and mix together until you have a paste.

Rub the paste onto the spots that need cleaning and then scrub with a cloth. For tougher stains, let the paste sit for a few hours before wiping or scrubbing it off the pan.

For aluminum baking pans with unsightly discoloration, you can create a paste by combining equal parts of lemon juice and salt, then applying it over the discolored area. Allow the paste to sit for approximately 15 minutes before scrubbing off with a damp cloth or soft brush.

When all else fails, try soaking the baking pan in a mixture of vinegar and hot water for a few hours before scrubbing or wiping clean. This should loosen any remnants of the stain and allow you to get your baking pan looking like new again.

Does vinegar remove stains from pans?

Yes, vinegar can be a great way to remove stubborn stains from pans. Always be sure to check the manufacturer’s instructions before attempting to use vinegar to remove a stain. To use vinegar to remove a stain, fill the pan with a solution of equal parts water and distilled white vinegar and let it sit overnight.

Afterward, wash the pan as usual. If the stains are difficult to remove, you may need to repeat this process several times. If the stains are especially tough, you can mix baking soda with the vinegar solution before soaking the pan.

For very tough stains, you may need to scrub with a nonabrasive scrub brush to really get them out.

Why are eggs sticking to my non stick pan?

The most likely explanation for eggs sticking to your non stick pan is that the non stick coating has been compromised or is no longer effective. Over time, high temperatures and harsh utensils can damage the coating, making it less effective for preventing sticking.

Pans with even minor damage to the non stick coating may cause sticking of food. Additionally, using too much or too little oil or butter for cooking can also lead to your eggs sticking to the surface.

Lastly, older non stick pans can also cause eggs to stick. When the coating has been exposed to high levels of heat for long periods of time, it may be less effective at preventing sticking.

Should you oil a nonstick baking pan?

Although some recipes may call for oiling a nonstick baking pan, generally it is not necessary. Nonstick baking pans are designed to be free of sticking and are the best option for baking dishes that tend to stick like bakery items, breads, cream pies, etc.

Generally, a good nonstick pan requires no additional oil to prevent sticking. However, if you find that after multiple uses, sticking has begun to occur, you may consider lightly greasing the pan with a small amount of oil prior to baking.

However, over time, too much greasing can accumulate in the pan and will reduce the nonstick effect. Therefore, it is best to use a nonstick baking pan sparingly.

Why do I keep ruining non stick pans?

First, you may be using too high of a heat setting when cooking. Non-stick pans are designed to be used on low or medium heat and if you go higher than that, you risk overheating and warping the pan and ruining the non-stick surface.

Also, some non-stick pans must only be used with certain types of utensils; the use of metal utensils can also damage the surface. Additionally, it’s important to make sure you are storing the pans as instructed; stacking your pans too tightly can also cause them to warp and ruin the surface.

Finally, it’s important to note that certain types of dishwashing detergent can damage the non-stick surface over time. To keep your non-stick pans in top condition, only use them on low and medium heat, avoid using metallic utensils, store the pans as instructed, and use the correct type of dishwashing detergent when cleaning them.

Does olive oil ruin non-stick pans?

No, olive oil does not ruin non-stick pans. In fact, it can be an effective way to condition your non-stick cookware, preserving its non-stick properties. However, it is important to note that using olive oil does not actually add any additional non-stick capability to the surface of the pan.

It simply helps keep the existing non-stick properties in place. To properly condition your non-stick pan with olive oil, you should first preheat the pan over medium-high heat. Once heated, turn off the heat and allow the pan to cool completely.

After the pan has cooled completely, lightly coat the interior of the pan with a thin layer of olive oil. Wipe off any excess oil with a clean paper towel or cloth. You can also season your non-stick cookware with a small amount of salt prior to adding the oil for added protection.

With proper care you can confidently use olive oil for cooking without fear of ruining your non-stick cookware.

How long should a non-stick pan last?

A non-stick pan should last a few years if it is cared for properly. To prolong its life and maintain its non-stick properties you should use non-abrasive utensils, avoid using metal utensils, and avoid exposing the pan to high heat.

If your pan has lost its non-stick properties or shows signs of corrosion or discoloration, then it may be time for a new one. Make sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for proper care and cleaning to ensure your non-stick pan stays in good condition and lasts as long as possible.

How do you remove baked on stains from pots and pans?

Removing baked on stains from pots and pans can be difficult but with the right technique and patience it can be possible. Start by soaking the pots and pans in hot soapy water for at least 15 minutes.

This should help to loosen up any dirt and debris that may be stuck on. If some areas still remain, try using a scrubbing brush to loosen any remaining dirt and stains. If the stains still don’t come off, use some baking soda mixed into a paste and spread it over the stains.

Use a damp cloth or sponge to scrub the baking soda off, the baking soda should act as an abrasive to lift off any tough stains. For tough-to-remove stains, you may need to use a commercial oven cleaner.

Spray some oven cleaner onto the stained areas and wait for five to ten minutes to allow the cleaner to work its way into the dirt. Wipe away the oven cleaner and repeat if needed. If you still cannot remove stubborn stains, you can use steel wood scrub pads or sandpaper to scrub away the stubborn plastic residue.

Do use these rough materials sparingly, as they can damage the surface and the finishing of your pots and pans. If all else fails, try the boiling method. Boil two or three cups of water in your pots or pans covered with the affected area.

Let the water boil for a few minutes and then leave to cool down. This should loosen the dirt and make it easier to scrub away.

Can you wash our place pan?

Yes, you can wash your place pan. Be sure to read the manufacturer’s cleaning instructions first, as some pans may need to be treated more carefully than others. To clean your place pan, first make sure it is cool.

Then, if the pan is stainless steel or aluminum, wipe it clean with a damp cloth, taking extra care to get into every nook and cranny. If the pan is non-stick, use non-abrasive cleaning products and a soft cloth, as abrasive scrubbers might damage the non-stick surface.

When you are finished, be sure to dry the pan to avoid any water spots, and store it in a dry place.

How do I clean my place pan?

Cleaning a place pan requires a few simple steps. First, fill the pan partway with hot, soapy water and let it sit for 15-20 minutes so the food particles have time to soften and come off more easily.

Then, scrub the pan with a non-abrasive sponge or cloth to remove any food bits. Rinse the pan well after scrubbing, to make sure it is completely clean. If tougher, stuck-on bits remain, add a tiny bit of baking soda to the soapy water and let it sit for even longer.

Finally, dry the pan thoroughly and store as desired.

Is our place dishwasher safe?

Yes, our place is indeed dishwasher safe. All of our products have been thoroughly tested and are certified dishwasher safe. We use the highest-grade materials and our manufacturing process has been certified for most major dishwasher brands.

Additionally, our dishwasher-safety standards have been verified by a third-party lab. Every product is designed to withstand the heat and humidity of a dishwasher cycle. That being said, we always recommend that you check the owner’s manual of your dishwasher to ensure compatibility.