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Royalty Line 28cm Grill Pan with Stone Coating

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Royalty Line RL-AG28M: 28cm Grill Pan with Stone Coating

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  • EAN : 5407004740294
  • ISBN : 76151010
  • Weight : 1.10 Kg
  • Volume : 0.00720 m3
  • (L x l x H) : 48.00 cm x 30.00 cm x 5.00 cm
  • Box : 6 units
  • Pallet : 180 (Units)
  • Box dimensions : 60cm x 47cm x 18cm

Royalty Line RL-AG28M: 28cm Grill Pan with Stone Coating

Royalty Line RL-AG28M: 28cm  Grill Pan with Stone Coating
 

Features: 

  • Nonstick marble
  • Durable & lightweight shell 
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Washable in the dishwasher
  • Durable, resistant, and non-stick  
  • Because of the firing process, the outer cover is stronger than ever 
  • Can last longer than regular coatings.

 

Pre-conditioning of your cooking:

By removing all labels, wash gently and rinse your cookware with mild detergent and water. Afterward, dry your cookware with a soft cloth. Then condition the pan with a little vegetable oil and wipe off the excess. Periodic conditioning can maintain the performance of your non-stick cookware.


Cleaning Instructions:

Immediately after cooking, cool your pan on a heat-resistant surface. Do not attempt to cool by pouring cold water into the hot pan. If there are dried food stains, soak your pans in hot water before continuing. Clean your cookware with mild detergent and warm water. Ideally use non-abrasive cleaning products designed for nonstick surfaces. Our cookware is designed to give you maximum performance with minimum effort. Handwashing with warm soapy water is usually sufficient to clean utensils. Alternatively, you can clean your cookware with a dishwasher. We advise you to wash your hands for longer product life.

Do not use the extremely high heat on your cookware. Avoid using a hard sponge and sharp metal utensils such as forks and knives on the inner lining. Do not leave empty cookware on a hot burner or in a hot oven after cooking. Place the silicone handles away from direct heat. Do not leave hot oil unattended on the cookware. Do not store food in your cookware after cooking, instead of using another container.


What is PFOA?

PFOA is the standardized English abbreviation for perfluorooctanoic acid. It is used in the manufacturing process of many products such as non-stick coatings, microwave-compatible packaging, certain textiles, stain-resistant rugs, pizza boxes that do not absorb fat.

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