Debunking Myths about Non-stick cookware

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Non-stick cookware has become an essential part of the kitchen in every household. They are known for their smooth, non-stick surface which facilitates easy cooking. While there are several benefits of using non-stick cookware, there are certain myths and misconceptions floating around them that make you wary of buying non-stick cookware. In this blog, we will debunk all the myths that will clear your doubts and help you upgrade your cookware with Corelle’s DuraNano technology cookware.

Debunking Myths about Non-stick cookware

Just as Corelle tableware is known for its durability, lightweight and timeless elegance, making them the best dinner set, the same way Corelle non-stick cookware with DuraNano technology is one of the best uncoated non-stick cookware. They are durable, chemical-free, safe, healthy and easy to clean. Below we have busted some of the myths that will make Corelle cookware your top choice.

Myth #1: Non-stick cookware contains PFOA and other chemicals

A common myth about non-stick cookware is that the surface is coated with PFOA chemical. PFOA or Perfluorooctanoic Acid is a type of chemical used to resist heat, oil, grease, water and scratches. While chemicals are harmful for your health, Corelle DuraNano technology cookware is uncoated and free from any chemicals. It is safe and healthy to use. So, you can enjoy your meal filled with flavours without any chemicals.

Myth #2: Metal utensils damage surface easily

Another misconception about non-stick cookware is that the surface gets easily damaged by metal utensils. Crafted from zirconium and titanium, Corelle DuraNano technology cookware boasts exceptional durability. Contrary to common misconceptions, this innovative material is highly scratch-resistant, ensuring your cookware maintains its sleek appearance and performance for years to come. The surface has been verified to have 1.5 million abrasion resistance and comes with a reassuring 10-year guarantee.

Myth #3: Non-stick cookware is high maintenance

This is not true. Non-stick cookware is the easiest to wash, clean and maintain. For stubborn stains you can soak the cookware in warm water for 20 minutes and then wash it off with detergent. With non-stick surfaces like Corelle DuraNano technology cookware, cleaning is quick and easy – often requiring just a simple wipe with a soft sponge or cloth. Just season the cookware before using to prolong its lifespan.

- Rinse the cookware thoroughly and dry it completely.
- Apply a moderate amount of cooking oil to the interior surface and heat over low flame until smoke appears.
- Allow the cookware to cool naturally before washing it with liquid soap.

Just a few steps and your cookware is seasoned and ready to use.

 Myth #4: Non-stick cookware isn’t durable

Corelle DuraNano technology cookware is made of tri-ply bonded stainless with zirconium’s strength and titanium’s durability. It is 3.5 times harder than ordinary stainless steel. The huge base provides an excellent cooking surface with even-heat distribution. With less oil and heat you can prepare delicious meals with Corelle DuraNano technology cookware. The uncoated surface also lasts for a long time, so you don’t have to worry about the surface being peeled off. Hence, busting your myth because Corelle non-stick cookware is durable.


In conclusion, debunking the myths surrounding non-stick cookware reveals a landscape of innovation and reliability. Modern advancements, such as Corelle's DuraNano technology, showcase how non-stick surfaces can be both durable and low maintenance, challenging the notion of high upkeep. With Corelle's commitment to quality and longevity, coupled with the ease of maintaining DuraNano technology cookware, cooking enthusiasts can confidently embrace the convenience and efficiency of non-stick cooking without fear of myths overshadowing the truth. Visit the website to shop now and to stay updated with our activities and giveaways follow us on Instagram

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