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Carbon Steel Cookware

How do I care for my Carbon Steel Pans?

For all cooking and cleaning tips for your Carbon Steel Pans, visit the Carbon Steel Use & Care Page.

What is seasoning?

Seasoning is the microscopic layers of fat that make your pan nonstick. These layers get baked into the metal of your pan to prevent it from rusting and develop the naturally nonstick surface that our Carbon Steel Pan was developed for.

How do I season my Carbon Steel Pans?

You can find step-by-step instructions on how to season your Carbon Steel Pan on the Carbon Steel Use & Care Page.

How often do I need to re-season my Carbon Steel Cookware?

This heavily depends on use. You need to season whenever you begin to experience any sticking. Re-seasoning is not something that will need to be done very often if the Carbon Steel Pan is used and cared for properly.

How do I clean my Carbon Steel Pans?

For further information on this, please refer to our Carbon Steel Care Page here. We've also created a helpful video of this process.

How do I prevent my Carbon Steel Cookware from rusting?

To prevent rust, make sure your pan is properly seasoned. Check out our step-by-step seasoning tutorial by visiting the Carbon Steel Use & Care Page. After the implementation of this method, we recommend following these simple care instructions.

What are the Carbon Steel Pan handles made of?

The handles of our Carbon Steel Pans are made up of stainless steel and are covered with an ergonomic silicone grip that is oven safe up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.

What is the difference between Nonstick and Carbon Steel Cookware?

The main difference between nonstick pans and carbon steel pans is in how they are made to be nonstick. Unlike nonstick pans, carbon steel pans do not have a chemical coating to make them nonstick, but rather have layers of seasoning.

Does your Carbon Steel cookware have a nonstick coating?

No, our Carbon Steel Pans are made nonstick through layers of seasoning applied by you which build up over time much like how one would season cast iron.