Originally developed in 1934, Magnalite Classic Cookware is best known for it's distinctive Cast Aluminum material, timeless design and commercial durability. The casting process enables Magnalite cookware to have varied thickness throughout the pans, maximizing heat conductivity. The pans boast extra thick bases, which allow heat to travel quickly and evenly up the pan sidewalls. Pouring spouts, heavy cast lids and cast-in flame guards combine to create a product durable and efficient enough to satisfy any culinary objective. The sleek retro styling and durable cast construction are the hallmark features of this enduring cookware line. Magnalite Benefits Thick warp free base transfers heat quickly to sides Heavy duty, vapor-tight lids lock in moisture Uses lower heat settings for energy saving cooking Oven safe up to 350 degrees F Magnalite cookware feature vessels and lids constructed from hand-poured cast aluminum. Vessels feature a thick base that won't warp. Line has earned a loyal user base who appreciates its uniquely even heating. Heavy domed lids lock-in moisture, transfer heat from the vessel side wall, and help facilitate convection style heating. Phenolic handles and lids which are oven safe to 350 degrees. Hand Washing Recommended 50 Year Limited Warranty Use and Care BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME. Wash cookware thoroughly with hot, soapy water. Rinse and dry. "Condition" the interior with cooking oil. Remove excess oil with a dry paper towel. "Condition" regularly. For best results, preheat the cookware on medium heat for 2 to 3 minutes prior to adding food; this ensures a more consistent temperature during the cooking cycle. Continue cooking using low to medium heat. Use plastic, nylon or wooden cooking utensils. Minor scratching will only affect the appearance of the pan. It will not affect the performance. Cookware can be used in a preheated oven. Phenolic knobs and handles can be used in oven up to 350 degrees F or 177 degrees C. DO NOT put in oven when self-cleaning cycle is operating. Cover Vacuum: cover left on pan after turning heat down or off may result in a vacuum that causes the cover to seal to the pan. If seal occurs, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE THE COVER FROM THE PAN IN ANY WAY. Contact the World Kitchen Consumer Care Center. To avoid cover seal, remove cover or set it ajar before turning heat off. To prevent warping, let cookware cool before coming into contact with water. To remove burned on food, soak before cleaning and scrub with a plastic scouring pad. DO NOT use abrasive scouring powders, pads or steel wool. Thoroughly wash pan after each use. Use hot soapy water to avoid staining caused by food or grease residue buildup. Dishwasher use will dull aluminum and phenolic finishes. Avoid long-term storage with foods. Some foods and salt can "pit" the surfaces and make it difficult to clean. Add salt to liquid only after it reaches the boiling points, and stir to dissolve completely. Use of high heat may cause foods to stick. Warranty Information World Kitchen, LLC. Will replace, or exchange for product of equal value (at World Kitchen's option) any Magnalite aluminum cookware that is defective in material or workmanship within 50 years from the date of the purchase when used under normal household conditions. Damage from overheating or improper use of the aluminum product is not covered by this warranty, nor is scratching, discoloration, or other deterioration of the aluminum surface. This warranty does not apply to staining, warping, pitting, or damage resulting from misuse, negligence, accidents or attempted repair. This warranty does not apply to the finish of the phenolic handles or knobs.
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