- What are the dimensions of the STAUB cocottes?
- What does cast iron consist of?
- Are the silicon handles from Staub oven-safe?
- What is the meaning of the letters (A, B, C, D etc) and the numbers engraved at specific locations?
- Why Cast Iron?
- Why Staub Enameled Cast Iron?
- Why are Staub products so heavy?
- What sorts of products should I use for cooking?
- What is the purpose of the small elevations in the lid?
- Can I clean my Staub products in the dishwasher?
- How should I clean my Staub products?
- Why do brown specks form on the base of my roasting pan?
- Is the enamel surface scratch-resistant?
- Must Staub products be burned in?
- What are the benefits of black matte enamel over a shiny enamel?
- Do Staub products have non-stick properties?
- What temperature should I cook at?
- At what temperature should I heat my water in a Staub teapot?
- Can Staub products also be used on glass ceramic stovetops?
- Do the handles get hot?
- What guarantees does Staub offer?
- What is the purpose of the three elevations on the edge of the lid?
How do I clean my Staub cookware?
Simple, detergent soap and water will clean your pots effectively. Scotch Brite can be used, but do not use other abrasive cleaners or sponges to clean your Staub. For heavy residue, we suggest soaking your pot in soap and water until the food lifts from the surface.