I have a friend/relative/someone who bought "Zepter" cookware
for X dollars. How come your prices are so much higher?
A: Zepter Michigan are official company representatives and abide by all company
policies, providing full service under official company policy and all applicable
guarantees. Most often, getting a "better deal" on a Zepter product, calls into
the authenticity of product, material, and ethics of the person or entity with
which your products are purchased.
Sales Agreement (SA) number, and can always reach their Zepter Agent with questions
about using their products, or utilizing their Lifetime Guarantee against manufacturing
defects. We provide all our clients with the best available discounts, specials,
and promotions based
What if brown, blue, or yellow stains appear after overheating?
A: Use Zepter Cleanser or another non-abrasive cleaning liquid to wash
the pot. Do not apply water in the process.
What if steam escapes from under the lid?
A: Add two teaspoons of water to the pot and replace the lid.
What if food sticks to the bottom of the pan due to overheating?
A: If food sticks to the bottow of the cookware, there are two methods
to remove it.
1. Fill the pot or pan with water and let
it soak for a few minutes. Then wash with a non-abrasive cleanser.
2. Heat some water
in the pan and the food should come off easily.
Can you use traditional methods of cooking with Zepter cookware?
A: Yes, but remember to always use low to medium heat to keep the cookware
from overheating. Proper heat level will depend on the particular brand
of stove top that you are using.
What if lime stains and blue/white protein stains appear
after food preparation?
A: These stains can be dissolved by adding a few drops of vinegar during
What if the food is not ready after the suggested preparation
A: Continue cooking at the same temperature, up to the red-green sector
border on the thermocontroller lid handle. Do not turn up the heat, as
this may cause overheating and burn the food.
down or turn off the heat if overheating occurs.
cooking with a cold pot for boiling and a heated
pot for frying.
water if the food does not naturally contain any water (rice,
pasta, beans, etc.)
larger Zepter pots more time to heat up.
the soft side of the sponge and a non-abrasive cleaning liquid
to clean and maintain the cookware.
the cookware in the dishwasher. Remember to remove the Thermo-controller
before placing lids in washers.
potholders after removing cookware from the oven.
pots and pans to heat up into the red sector of the Thermocontroller.
This causes overheating and decrease the nutritional value
of your food.
the lid while cooking. If you do, add two teaspoons of water
to the pot and replace the cover.
abrasive cleanser or coarse cleaning pads such as steel wool
on Zepter cookware.
in oven at over 400 degrees F.