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Can induction pots can be washed in the dishwasher?

Can the induction pans in the dishwasher can be washed or not? Let's find out together within this article.

The dishwasher is a great comfort especially for large families that usually use glass, metal or other materials. Having it at home is a valid aid and allows us to save valuable time that we can devote to other activities instead of using dishes.

But did you know that not all the products we have in the kitchen can wash in the dishwasher? If you're wondering if the induction pots are among those, you are nothing else to do that continue reading this article to find out.

Induction pots What are they?

The induction pan is a particular pot that is made with excellent invoice and resistance materials, among the most used we find cast iron and steel.

This cooking tool is designed to be used on induction hobs, it has a very special bottom more often than to withstand high temperatures and completely flat because it must perfectly adhere to the induction hob.

When the hob and the induction pan coming into contact is created an electromagnetic field that turns into heat and allows food cooking in a homogeneous and perfect way. With all other pots in circulation it would not be possible.

Can we wash them in the dishwasher?

Induction pans are made of excellent materials and are very resistant and although there are those who could tell you to wash them in the dishwasher would not entail any damage is not exactly true.

It depends on the type of pot and the material in which it is realized, the stainless steel or cast iron pots for example have no contraindication to this type of washing, the non-stick pot instead could lose its optimal anti-adherence and damage.

In fact, there are 5 good reasons to avoid washing these particular crockery inside the appliance, see what they are:

Induction pot cleaning is fast and fast

Cleaning an induction pan does not require great efforts or a long time, it is in fact realized to be non-stick and simple to clean. To clean it at best:

  • Hot or warm water
  • very little soap for dishes
  • a smooth sponge
  • a cloth to dry

In less than 5 minutes you can clean your pot without giving any damage.

The power of the dishwasher can ruin some types of pots.

It will certainly not sufficient a wash to ruin an induction pot, but in the long run it is possible to damage it and ruin its non-stick coating. Water at very high temperatures, the use of aggressive detergents and washing that repeats per different period lead to a deterioration of the area, up to a possible corruption of the non-stick coating.

Accidental damage

Contact with other crockery could damage the surface, scratch them or affect them irreparably even if they are made with super resistant materials. In addition to having a damaged pot aesthetically we will then have a pot that will not make it at its best.

Deformation of some components

It is possible that in the long run the additional components of the pot is damaged, this hypothesis occurs mainly with low or medium quality induction potlams which is made with non-optimal materials.

They occupy a lot of space

The pots occupy lots of space and if you are a large family you may need more than one washing to perform the total cleaning of your induction pots. If you decide to wash the pots by hand, you will save space, energy and water.

What to do so?

The advice is to avoid washing in a dishwasher for induion pots made of aluminum with non-stick coating .. This is because, as you will have noticed, the cost of an induction quality pan is certainly not low so that it ruin a pan of excellent workmanship Don't lose 5 minutes to clean it?

If you are always in a hurry and you find a dishwasher wash it essential, high quality non-stick pots like those of Berndes or Le Creuset They can be washed in the dishwasher, well knowing that their life will be shorter than the same hand washed pans.

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