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Cook and Release: How to Clean Your GRIZZLY Cookware

Posted by Rob Dietz on
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Over 50% of Americans say they're unable to find between 30 and 60 minutes to prepare a meal. Finding the time to prepare a meal, change the seasoning on your cast iron skillet to cook the meal, and then carefully cleaning your skillet after the meal? Out of the question.


GRIZZLY Cookware gives you the ability to cook your meals fast and efficiently without the additional cleaning or worry of seasoning that goes into cooking with traditional cast iron skillets. Because GRIZZLY Cookware has a food-safe, FDA-approved nickel coating, it's rust-resistant without any additional maintenance or seasoning necessary.


But what about cleaning? Do you still need to be as careful with your GRIZZLY cast iron cookware as you would with traditional cookware? Here, we'll dive into the details of how to properly care for your GRIZZLY Cookware.


Abrasive sponges are safe to use


One of the challenging things about using traditional cast iron cookware is that you need to be careful not to remove the seasoning on the skillet. Accidentally scratching or scraping traditional cast iron can cause the protective outside to flake off and put your skillet at risk of rusting.


You don't need to worry about this with GRIZZLY Cookware. Our nickel-coated cast iron skillets never need to be seasoned, which means you don't need to worry about ruining the seasoning as you clean your skillet. Abrasive sponges are safe to use along with regular soap and hot water. However, it isn't recommended to put your coated cast iron cookware in the dishwasher. Your dishwasher won't impact the performance of your cookware, but it can discolor the finish of your skillet and may leave unwanted water stains.


Remove stains with ease


With traditional cast iron, you may be afraid to scrub stains on your skillet. But with GRIZZLY Cookware, you can easily remove the stains left behind by stubborn food. Foods with high levels of nitrates like root vegetables and bacon can sometimes leave behind hard-to-remove brown stains on your cookware. These stains may not impact your GRIZZLY Cookware's performance, but they can be unappealing to look at. Fortunately, because of your GRIZZLY cast iron cookware's nickel-coated plating, you can remove these stains without any hassle. Just use an ultra-fine Scotch Brite pad and a bottle of Bar Keepers Friend Soft Cleanser to remove the stains. Never use bleach or bleach products to clean your skillets.



Interested in a GRIZZLY cast iron skillet of your own? Contact GRIZZLY Cookware today to learn more about what makes our coated cast iron cookware the ideal cooking tool in your kitchen.

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