Learn How to Maintain Your Cookware Sets

Cookware Couture prides itself as one of the best brands of cookware for electric stoves, gas, and other heat sources in the market in terms of quality and durability. Your silver pan is made with the finest materials, craftsmanship, and design to deliver excellent heat retention every time you cook.

Our set of cookware makes everyday life easier. From cooking to entertaining and cleaning, we design pot sets that fit comfortably in your hand and in your life.

The secret to long-lasting silver pots is proper maintenance and gentle handling. We’ve made things easy for you – follow these instructions to increase the longevity of your cookware, prevent damage to your stovetop, and make cleaning up a breeze.

Cooking Instructions:

1) Always use a diffuser/induction plate.

2) Cook using a low flame as the conductivity is high.

3) Maximum temperature 210 °C or 400 °F degrees in the oven.

4) Handles retain heat, so it is necessary to use hot pads.

5) The use of wood or silicone utensils is recommended as metal utensils will scratch the cookware.

6) Always grease the pan with oil or butter, so food does not risk sticking to the cookware. 

How to Clean Silver Cookware

Cleaning Instructions:

1) Soap and non-abrasive sponge immediately after using the cookware and put in the dishwasher.

2) When hand washing, only use soap and hot water with a non-abrasive sponge and dry with a tea towel.

3) If one leaves the cookware after cooking and soaks the cookware before cleaning, oxidization may occur, leaving the inside of the pot discolored. In this case, we recommend using non-toxic silver polish cleaner to clean the cookware, rinse with hot water and dry immediately. The cookware will then return to its natural color.

4) Oxidization discoloration in the inside of your cookware may occur with some vegetables or some spices because of the chemical reaction between the minerals in the vegetables and the silver metal elements. This is natural and can be corrected using non-toxic silver polish cleaner immediately after cleaning your cookware. 

5) NO abrasive sponges or brushes will leave scratches on the cookware.

Natural Cleaning Method for Your Silver Pan Set


Two liters of boiling water

Two tablespoons of baking soda

One tablespoon of salt

Aluminum foil 

Large container to hold the pot submerged in water 


1) Place a layer of foil on the bottom of your container, and then place your pot on top of the foil. 

2) Pour boiling water on top of the pot so that the pot is submerged in the water.

3) Add the baking soda and salt, which will foam and bubble, creating a chemical reaction.

4) The chemical reaction will remove the tarnish from your silver pot, as it will become attracted to the aluminum foil. Add more baking soda until your silver is shiny and clean or until the liquid no longer foams. Once the tarnish is gone, wash the pot with gentle soap and water to remove the rest of the baking soda. Dry with a soft tea towel.

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