Love and Care

Enamelware

Completely oven safe up to 250°C.

Dishwasher safe. Freezer safe.

OMOS enamelware has a porcelain enamel finish which is fused on heavy gauge steel.

Can be used on electric and gas hobs.

 

OMOS enamelware can safely be washed in your dishwasher. However, you’ll need to use a scratch-proof sponge or brush before you place them in to help scrub off stubborn stains and food. This won’t take long and it just needs a quick brush to loosen up anything that’s been caked in. You’ll want to do this shortly after you’re done with the dishes so that the stains haven’t dried on your enamelware yet.

 

Scrape off stains with a wooden tool

Either use a wooden scraper tool or the back of a spoon to get stubborn stains off. A flat edge will make things much easier especially if the stains aren’t budging. You can use this together with a baking soda paste to help get the stains off even quicker. Make sure you don’t use a metal spoon because it could damage the enamel!

 

Lemon juice and salt scrub for stubborn stains

A mixture of lemon juice and salt can work wonders on OMOS enamelware. Sprinkle salt onto the stain, making sure there’s enough to cover it. Cut a lemon and squeeze the juice over the salt and let it soak into the stain. It should turn into a paste that you can use to scrub against the stain with a sponge. The stain should slowly start to lift off the enamel, and you can then wash it off and rinse the salt and lemon juice off. Use warm water and rinse it thoroughly while wiping away any residue with a clean cloth. Finally, allow it to air dry or wipe it clean with a dry towel.

 

General enamelware care tips

Ensure that you keep your OMOS enamelware as clean as possible at all times. For instance, if you plan to bake with an OMOS pie dish, then you’ll want to spray a light mist of oil in before you use it. This will help to reduce sticking and can make cleaning up afterwards a lot easier. Another good tip is to never use abrasive cleaners. This means you shouldn’t use any rough scrubbers and you definitely shouldn’t use steel wool. These abrasive sponges can easily damage your enamelware.