How to Care for Anolon Advanced Cookware

Anolon Advanced Cookware is hard-anodyzed aluminum cookware.

General Cleaning

This particular line of cookware includes pots, pans and skillets. They are professional grade, so the quality is as good as it gets. With the proper care, this cookware will last for several years.

Fill the sink with warm water. Add 3 tbsp. of liquid dish soap to the water and mix it around until soap bubbles form. If your sink has two separate sides, fill the other side with only warm water.

Put the cookware into the soapy water. Take a sponge and scrub the cookware until clean. Be sure to scrub every spot on the cookware to prevent any type of buildup.

Rinse the cookware by dipping it in the side of the sink with non-soapy water. Make sure that the soap is entirely rinsed off. If your sink does not have two sides, you can rinse the cookware under running water from the faucet.

Dry the cookware with a clean soft towel. Drying it with a towel will ensure there will be no water spots.

Tough Stains

Mix three parts baking soda to one part water. For example, 3 tbsp. of baking soda mixed with 1 tbsp. of water. It should have a thick-paste consistency.

Cover the stain with the paste. Let it sit for 20 to 30 minutes.

Wash the cookware with warm, soapy water. Pay extra attention to the stain to make sure it has been removed. Rinse the pot in clean water and dry with a clean towel.

Repeat the paste-application process if the stain did not come out. You can try substituting vinegar for water for a more effective paste.

Things You Will Need

  • Water Soap Sponge Towel Baking soda


  • Wash the cookware shortly after using it, but be sure it has cooled down to room temperature. The sooner you clean it, the less likely it is to stain.

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