Paula Deen cookware

Shirley V
by Shirley V
Last year I purchased all new cookware. I bought Paula Deen in red speckled. It was very shiny and pretty. Over time it has lost it's sparkle and shine, how do I get it back?
  8 answers
  • Teena Mevec Teena Mevec on Mar 22, 2015
    Hot as you can stand it water, dawn dish soap, baking soda, microfiber cloth. Fill your sink as usual with soap & water. In small container with lid (cause this stuff will keep and you can use it again and again) mix baking soda and detergent into a paste, use microfiber and scrub your pots and pans inside and's probably just a build up issue...or if you go to Walmart in the camping section they have Rescue soap filled pads...these things are awesome as well. Nether will scratch your pans.
  • Shirley V Shirley V on Mar 24, 2015
    Thank you
  • Becky Becky on Mar 24, 2015
    Do you put them in the dishwasher?
  • Shirley V Shirley V on Mar 25, 2015
    Yes I do and I think that's what caused them to turn dull.
  • Becky Becky on Mar 26, 2015
    I think so, Ive done that to some of mine and I know better, but I hate washing dishes. :) I would try soaking them in white vinegar, then hitting them with a magic eraser. It might be hard water.
  • Shirley V Shirley V on Mar 26, 2015
    Thank you very much. I will try tonight.
  • Arl4278107 Arl4278107 on Jan 29, 2016
    You would think they should go in the dishwasher, not, I would never buy them again,
  • just watch the video of Paula Deen herself telling how to clean these Pan's.. She said to use a brillo pad on the outside that's what she uses