• Temperature Control Probe – If necessary, clean the Temperature Control Probe by wiping with a slightly damp cloth. Make sure that it is completely dry before use. Never immerse the Temperature Control Probe, plug, or cord in water or any other liquid.
  • Non-Stick Cooking Surface – As the surface of the skillet has a non-stick, PFOA-Free coating, it is rarely necessary to use cooking oils for food. Discoloration may occur on the surface which can detract from the appearance but will not affect the cooking performance.
  • Non-Stick Cooking Surface – Do not use metal scourers or any other abrasives when cleaning the non-stick coating as they tend to scratch the surface. Once the skillet is cooled, wash with hot soapy water. To remove stubborn spots, use a soft plastic washing pad or nylon washing brush. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
  • Non-Stick Cooking Surface – To remove discoloration, combine 2 tablespoons of baking soda, 1 cup of household bleach, and 1 cup of water. Pour into the skillet, place the lid on with the vent closed and simmer for 5 to 10 minutes. Clean in a well-ventilated area and avoid breathing in the vapors. Wash as directed before re-use. Even with this added step, this may not remove all stains.
  • Glass High-Domed Lid – Ensuring that the lid is cooled completely from cooking, wash the lid in warm soapy water using a soft sponge. Rinse and dry thoroughly.

Alternately, both the lid and the skillet pan can be washed in the dishwasher. The heating element in the skillet pan is sealed so it is safe to immerse in water and should do fine in standard dishwashers on a normal wash cycle.