Chef's Design Cast Aluminum Cookware
Aluminum is the third most prevalent metal on the planet; and, it is light weight, affordable, resistant to rust and is an effective heat conductor. Anodized aluminum is often used in skillets and sauce pans and has a natural non-stick surface making it the most common type of cookware choice in American kitchens. Cleaning aluminum cookware is easy, simply hand wash pots, pans, and griddles in mild dish detergent and dry immediately. It is not recommended to put any aluminum cookware in the dishwasher because dishwasher detergents are too harsh and can ultimately damage aluminum cookware. Since aluminum is a fully recyclable metal, old aluminum cookware should be disposed of at a local recycling center.