How to clean your enamel pot?

1.First off, you always want to allow the pan to cool to room temperature before cleaning. You never want to place a hot pan in cold water, or fill a hot pot with cold water. That may lead to cracking of the enamel due to thermal shock.

2.Use a soft non-metal sponge to wash your Dutch oven with warm water and a mild dish soap.

3.Rinse and dry the pot thoroughly before putting it away.

4.baking soda and a brush to get rid of the white residue.

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