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How do you clean stoneware?

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To clean stoneware, rinse items in hot water, rub off any excess debris by hand or with a nylon scraper and pat dry with a towel or air dry. The most important thing to remember is not to use soap.

If food is stuck on and doesn't scrub off easily, soak the stoneware in hot water for 10 to 20 minutes and rinse again.

Stoneware is seasoned by cooking, so it isn't always necessary to clean the stoneware after each use. When washing is needed, nylon scrapers are recommended in order to preserve the integrity of the stoneware and the seasoning from past use.


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