Pans for induction cookers

(6 Posts)
Velcrovjs124 Sun 05-Jun-16 13:40:38

I've recently bought a new Induction cooker and had to buy new pans. The bottom of two of them are going brown already after less than a month and I'm not able to clean this off. Is this normal or are the pans rubbish. Please help as I hope I can then return the pans to Tesco

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 05-Jun-16 18:24:05

If they aren't suitable for induction they just don't work ime.
Try a bit of Astonish or Coffee and a non scratch scourer to see if that helps.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 05-Jun-16 18:24:38

Coffee? confused CIF!

NannyR Sun 05-Jun-16 20:17:10

I use astonish cookware cleaner. It comes in a blue tub and you can buy it at home bargains much cheaper than at Lakeland. It's a pink paste and gets the outside of your pans looking like new.

My frying pans go brown on the base but the saucepans (ikea 365) stay clean.

user1464934899 Mon 06-Jun-16 07:36:54

I use Astonish Oven & Cookware Cleaner to clean my pots and pans. If on the other hand you are looking at buying some new cookware because you can't return your current ones to Tescoes then may i recommend a 5 piece Tefal Cookware set I brought this set when i brought my induction hob.

Velcrovjs124 Mon 06-Jun-16 23:36:19

thanks. I've got the Astonish already so I'll try it out.

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