Thank you for your interest in our products. The recommendation for cleaning white nonstick is very similar to cleaning nonstick with a darker finish.
The best way to get started is to never allow foods to burn. If this should happen, slight differences in the color of the nonstick may occur. This slight discoloration does not compromise the function of the pan and in some cases can be easily removed by washing it in hot water with soap and rubbing the discoloration delicately with a soft sponge.
Using a mild dish washing detergent, warm water and a soft nylon brush or nylon scrub pad will help remove food and grease particles that may burn when your pan is reheated. If food remains on the nonstick surface, boil a mixture of two parts water and one part white vinegar in your pan on medium heat for 5-10 minutes to dislodge food particles. Let pot stand until cooled, then wash with warm, soapy water and soft nylon brush. Rinse and dry.
Discolorations can be characteristic of nonstick material. While the vinegar and water solution may minimize the appearance of stains on white nonstick, discolorations have no effect on the product's performance.