How to Clean Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron

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How to Clean Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron
Maintain your Le Creuset cookware after making your favourite dishes. (cooking vegetables image by Daria Miroshnikova from Fotolia.com)

Le Creuset enamelled cast iron cookware is specially designed for ease of use, versatility and the ability to work well with a variety of cooking appliances and cooking methods. Caring for your Le Creuset enamelled cast iron cookware is essential to maintaining its cooking surface and the longevity of your Le Creuset cookware. Le Creuset recommends simple procedures to ensure you keep your enamelled cast iron cookware in tip-top, ready-to-use condition.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Dishpan
  • Water
  • Mild dish washing detergent
  • Plastic mesh scrubber
  • Clean dish towel

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Allow your Le Creuset enamelled cast iron cookware to cool completely prior to washing or soaking.

  2. 2

    Pre-soak your Le Creuset enamelled cast iron cookware if it has stuck-on food stains. Fill the cast iron cookware with warm water and allow it to soak for 15 to 20 minutes. Empty the water out of the cookware.

  3. 3

    Fill a dishpan with hot water. Add a few squirts of mild dish washing detergent and mix to create a soapy solution. Scrub your Le Creuset enamelled cast iron cookware using a plastic mesh scrubber.

    How to Clean Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron
    A plastic mesh scrubber cleans effectively without damaging abrasiveness. (scrubber image by Adkok from Fotolia.com)
  4. 4

    Rinse your Le Creuset cookware in warm water. Dry thoroughly with a clean dish towel, rather then allowing your enamelled cast iron cookware to dry in the dish drying rack.

Tips and warnings

  • Le Creuset enamelled cast iron cookware is dishwasher safe but washing it in the dishwasher can cause the enamel surface to become dull, affecting the performance of your cookware.
  • Avoid the use of metal or abrasive scrubbers as they will damage the enamel surface of your Le Creuset cookware.

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