“LeCLAIR.vision” is a resource for the identification, use, and care of VISION(S) glass-ceramic cookware. The focus is on vintage cooking vessels created by Corning and its subsidiaries. Please feel free to join the Facebook group to ask questions and share info about your collection.

How To Properly Clean VISIONS Cookware

Although VISIONS is completely dishwasher safe, many users may wish to wash it by hand. However, abrasive products such as scouring pads and many powdered cleansers should be avoided. They can cause damage over time, which may be unnoticed initially, that will lead to sticking food and “fogging” of the cookware. The same holds true for scraping with metal utensils. Visions damaged by “over-cleaning” can NOT be repaired.

Instead, use normal dishwashing liquid like Dawn. Look for sponges that are advertised as non-scratch (or safe for non-stick coatings), such as the Scotch-Brite “Stay Clean” Scrubber, and they will be fine for use on Visions. If something a bit more abrasive is required, you can add baking soda to the mix to help remove stubborn food deposits.

For more detailed information on cleaning your VISIONS cookware (including how to deal with baked on gunk, mineral deposits, and gray utensil marks), check out the Care page.

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