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Nonstick Cookware

How do I care for my Nonstick Cookware?

To keep your Nonstick Cookware working better for longer, visit the Nonstick Use & Care Page.

What is the composition of your Nonstick Cookware?

The base of our Nonstick Pan is constructed of a 4.2-millimeter thick commercial-grade aluminum. This ensures a flat cooking surface and helps provide amazing heat distribution for better-cooked foods. On the bottom of our pan, we bonded a stainless

What is the Plasma Primer Layer you talk about?

All nonstick pans have some form of primer to help the nonstick coating adhere to the surface of the pan. This primer layer is a crucial element in making long-lasting nonstick pans. Most manufacturers use a traditional 'grit blasting' process.

Is your Nonstick Cookware safe?

Yes! Our Nonstick Cookware is PFOA-Free, and although our coating is PTFE-based, it is important to note that this material is safe to cook with up to temperatures of 500 degrees Fahrenheit.

What stovetops is your Nonstick Cookware compatible with?

Misen Nonstick Cookware is compatible with all gas, electric, induction & ceramic cooktops. If your pan is having difficulty registering on your induction cooktop, the issue can be related to the size of the stainless steel plate bonded to the bottom

Is your Nonstick Cookware oven safe?

Misen Nonstick Cookware is oven-safe up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. To keep your Nonstick Cookware working better for longer, visit the Nonstick Use & Care Page.

What temperature can I use on the stove with my Nonstick Cookware?

We highly recommend using low to medium temperatures when cooking with your Nonstick Cookware on the stove as it is not designed to withstand high heat. Over time, exposure to high temperatures will deteriorate the surface and cause damage.

Is your Nonstick Cookware dishwasher safe?

Misen Nonstick Cookware is not dishwasher safe. Dishwashers are hard on any nonstick cookware and will decrease their lifespan, so please always wash them by hand. The nonstick finish makes for a quick and easy cleanup with a bit of soap.

How should I store my Nonstick Cookware?

You can store your pans in cabinets or deep drawers, but make sure you include a protective layer in between to prevent scratches or other damage. The most ideal option for safely stacking your pans is by using a Misen Pan Protector.

What type of utensils can I use on my Nonstick Cookware?

Always use wood or silicone utensils as these will not damage the surface of the nonstick coating. Do not use metal utensils as they can scratch the cooking surface resulting in lower longevity of the pan.

Can I use cooking spray on my Nonstick Cookware?

Using a nonstick cooking spray, such as Pam, can actually damage your pan's nonstick finish. Cooking sprays leave a film that adheres to the nonstick surface and is tough to remove with just soap and water. Oils such as olive oil, vegetable oil, etc.