How to clean stainless around Curtis Stone pan?
Hi. I love my Curtis Stone pan but I don’t know how to clean the stainless around the main part of the pan. Do ou have any guidance/recommentations?
, welcome to the HSN Community! The information for the pan says its dishwasher safe so that is what I would suggest. You might also want to post this question on the Home & Craft board for the Community to see. We have some members that might be able to provide some helpful tips for keeping this pan clean.
Good morning Sodisappointed,
I am not on any fb groups and I have basically taught myself everything I know with help of the little sewing Diva C.H. about embroidery using my singer SESQ6000. To bad my laptop died. I have to get a new one. Not able to embroider anymore till I get one.
I like your idea of an HSN 3 crafting site 24/7. That would be awesome. They could run their specials and deals and free shipping with flex pay. That would be a crafters shopping HSN fan dream.:smileyhappy:
I like your machine too. I watch D.C. demonstrating it here on HSN. I bought the cd that has the ten boarder designs on it. I cannot remember the correct name for it. It is from singer and it is used for the embroidery machines.I have not tried that yet.
I have D.C.’s scissors. I have the embroidery set and the other set they are in the black case. I also have her C.D. The Foot Parade. That is really good. I also have the ready set sew from singer. I got all that here. Plus I have the Sulky embroidery thread case loaded with threads. Plus I have the 5pk Sulky stabilizer I got that here too. I did lots of embroidery on my machine.I was on a roll when my laptop went south. That is why I am now liking the sewing machines that use the USB stick. If your computer goes south you can still at least embroider the designs on the USB. Therefore I have to give it to Brother. Smart idea:smileyhappy:
Nice chatting with you have a Sewing great day:smileyhappy:
Your HSN friend,
Posted in Kitchen & Food
08.10.15 12:08 PM