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What's the difference between the iCook™ frypans and the sauté pans?

iCook™ frypans have a nonstick coating and a single-ply body with a sloping edge to make it easy to slide food, like omelets and pancakes, out of the pan after cooking. The sauté pans have a stainless steel finish and a multi-ply body, for better heat distribution.

May I use iCook™ cookware on my ceramic cooktop?

Yes. The fully encapsulated aluminum slab base is compatible with all common cooktops, from gas and electric to glass and ceramic stoves.

Do I need special utensils for my iCook™ nonstick frypans?

We recommend you use nylon, plastic, rubber, coated, or wooden utensils to maintain the appearance and performance of the nonstick interior.

Can I use nonstick cooking sprays on my iCook™ nonstick frypans?

You should never use nonstick cooking sprays on a nonstick fry pan. Instead, you may season your pan periodically with a small amount of vegetable oil, olive oil, or peanut oil. Simply rub inside the pan with a soft cloth. Repeat as needed (every 15-20 uses or so).

How should I care for my iCook™ cookware?

Before first use, wash cookware in solution of Amway Home™ Dish Drops™ Dishwashing Liquid and vinegar to remove any lingering manufacturing oils and polishes. Rinse thoroughly after washing.

After each use, hand-wash as soon as possible using Amway Home™ Dish Drops™ Dishwashing Liquid and hot water. To avoid warping, never put a hot pan in contact with cold water.

Do not use any steel wool scouring pads, abrasive powders or Amway Home™ Scrub Buds™ Scouring Pads on the mirror finish exterior surfaces. Amway Home™ Scrub Buds™ Scouring Pads can be used only on the inside and bottom of the pan.

Can I put iCook™ cookware in the dishwasher?

Yes, however we do not recommend placing your cookware in the dishwasher because various dishwashing compounds and hot drying cycles may damage the handles/knobs which are not covered by the warranty.