does anyone else own a happy call diamond frying pan?

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    I have the happy call diamond frying pan as well as the other pots that they have. This is the best set of NON STICK pots and pans I've ever used.

    Does anyone else own them? I would like to know how to clean and take care of them. I know I'm not supposed to scrub while cleaning and only use a sponge and not to use stainless steel against it while cooking. Do I clean it with soap or just wipe it down with oil? The frying pan I have is not good for use anymore because now everything sticks to it and the bottom has some kind of clear coating on it which now it's scrapped off. Also, the bottom will get 'stuff' on it from cooking and it will stick and I don't know how to prevent this and the only way to get this off is by scrubbing really hard. So if anyone can give me tips, that would be great :) thanks!

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    I have not used that brand but basic tips for no stick cook ware:

    When cooking:

    Do not get them to hot without food inside of them.

    Only use soft things to stir your food, plastic, silicone or wood. No metal

    For cleaning:

    Let it cool down before adding cold water.

    Use soap and water and soft cleaning sponges etc.

    If something is stuck let it soak in warm water before removing.

    After you finish cleaning dry it of and put it away. (no oil)

    For storage:

    Do not store other items inside the pans. They can scratch the coating.

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    Thank you :)

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    Yakumo
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    Hmm, mixed thought’s

    “This is the best set of NON STICK pots and pans I’ve ever used.” is nice to hear but

    “The frying pan I have is not good for use anymore because now everything sticks to it and the bottom has some kind of clear coating on it which now it’s scrapped off.”

    Makes it sounds like their diamond indestructible layer is far from claimed, and it’s just another teflon variant :-/

    As for cleaning, always just wipe with water (with washing-up liquid) with a soft cloth or sponge, no scratchy bits.

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