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The Crumble Dutch Oven


The Crumble Skillet

A quick care guide

1. I need to chill sometimes
Cast iron doesn’t like surprises, especially of the temperature variety. Leave your hot pot to cool down completely before you clean it.

2. Scrub-a-dub-dub!
Clean your pot after every use. The best way to clean your dutch oven is with warm water, a gentle liquid dish-washing soap and a soft sponge or brush made from silicone or nylon. Your dutch oven is also dishwasher friendly if you’d prefer.

3. I'm delicate
Clean your pot after every use. The best way to clean your dutch oven is with warm water, a gentle liquid dish-washing soap and a soft sponge or brush made from silicone or nylon. Your dutch oven is also dishwasher friendly if you’d prefer.

4. Please don't leave me soaked
Best not to soak your dutch oven for long periods of time (i.e. overnight). If food has stuck to the base of the pot or stained the exterior, make a paste using a teaspoon of baking soda and a splash of white vinegar. Rub in the paste with a soft cloth or sponge and repeat as required.

5. Keep me dry
Use a towel to hand-dry your dutch oven and lid before storage, to prevent water marks or rust formation.

6. I love being loved
Cast iron cookware is designed to be very tough and sturdy, but do be kind and try not to drop or knock your dutch oven.

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