Dishwasher + Non-stick = Disaster. I know that, but still I'm wondering what type of non-stick cookware I can buy which would be more resilient towards dishwasher?
I know ideally you don't want to put your non-stick cookware in dishwasher but let's say if I choose to do so, what sort of non-stick cookware would last longer?
Are there certain non-stick technologies that are more dishwasher "friendly"? Would choosing steel over aluminum help longevity of the cookware considering daily dishwasher wash?
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Just to show why I'm looking for a more durable nonstick solution, here is the Heritage Rock Nonstick pot I used and washed in dishwasher everyday for 6 months.
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In case anyone is interested, Starfrit (the company behind the Heritage Rock brand) did decline my warranty claim on the basis of incorrect use.
They mention high temperature and metal utensils. I have induction stove so there is no direct heat, and the generated heat at the base of the pot should be very balanced. Also I mostly made rice which you don't use high heat for. I never use metal utensils on nonstick. It is the dishwasher that killed it and they don't want to admit that.
Anyways, I think this is how most of warranty claims end up. I think a $20 pot from Ikea would do better than my pot in 6 months :D