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Cook N Home 16 Quart Stockpot with Lid, Stainless Steel
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- Has a mirror-polished stainless steel body and an aluminum disc layered in bottom
- Capsuled aluminum disc provides even heat distribution and prevents hot spots
- Tempered glass lid with steam vent to view food; 500F oven safe, 350F for lid
- Handles are riveted for durability to carry; Large capacity for multiple uses
- Works on Induction, gas, electric, glass, ceramic, halogen, etc. Dishwasher safe
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|Stainless Steel 12-Piece Cookware Set||12-Piece Stainless Steel Cookware Set||10-Piece Stainless Steel Cookware Set||7-Piece Tri-Ply Clad Stainless Steel Cookware Set||8-Piece Stainless Steel Cookware Set||9-Piece Standard Classic Stainless|
|Brand||Cook N Home||Cook N Home||Cook N Home||Cook N Home||Cook N Home||Cooks Standard|
|Item model number||02410||NC-00250||02408||02644||02606||02492|
|Material Type||Stainless steel 18-10||Stainless Steel 18-10||Stainless steel 18-10||Stainless steel 18-10||Stainless steel 18-10||Stainless steel 18-10|
|Handle||Silicone over Stainless Steel Hollow||Stainless Steel Hollow||Silicone over Solid Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel Hollow|
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|Item Dimensions||16 x 12.5 x 12.5 inches||13 x 17.5 x 9 inches||16 x 13 x 9 inches||15.6 x 11 x 12.2 inches||10.25 x 10.25 x 8.5 inches||14.76 x 14.76 x 11.02 inches|
|Item Weight||7.00 lbs||7.50 lbs||4.00 lbs||4.63 lbs||5.80 lbs||—|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Steel||Premium Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Size||16 Qt||20 QT||16-Quart,||15 Quart Pot||12-Quart||20 quarts|
Stockpot has a mirror-polished stainless steel body and an aluminum disc layered in the bottom between stainless steel. Capsuled aluminum provides even heat distribution and prevents hot spots. Tempered glass lid with steam vent makes viewing food easy from start to finish. Handles are riveted for durability to carry. Large capacity for multiple uses. Induction compatible. Works on gas, electric, glass, ceramic, halogen, etc. Oven safe to 500F, glass lid to 350F. Dishwasher safe.
Reviewed in the United States on July 7, 2020
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This should be classified as an 8-quart pot. I didn't measure it but the water it holds up to the lid should be about 8 quarts. The lower number in the listing is probably the effective volume, so you won't want to put more in it.
The price of a 6-qt, not a well-known brand, is some $50. Over $100 for American brand names. What's the catch?
Basically, it's a straight cylinder with a bottom and a lid. Maybe it's slightly thinner than other expensive pots. Other smaller pots with vertical curves may feel stronger for the same thickness. Of course, you can dent it. But how? It's strong enough. It's steel.
It's the 18/10 stainless steel that everybody uses. Time will tell very soon if it isn't.
The glass may break, oven safe to 350F. The pot is oven safe to 500F. It's pretty unbreakable if you use it for boiling water unless you forget all about it. Dry heat from the stove can destroy it. The bottom may fall off. The glass can break. So do other pots. If you use induction that's not easy to happen.
The lid fits well. Steel handles are what I want. They are hollow so they shouldn't be too hot. You can safely put them in the oven if you want. The handles are riveted. I prefer those welded ones on the outside so the inside is perfectly uniform. But I know how to clean stained rivets on the inside.
Actually, both the outside and the inside are polished, shiny as in the video. I prefer it because it says something about the steel and it's easier to clean because I can easily spot the accumulated dirt. If you use induction you can keep the outside shiny as long as you wish. And I know how to clean without scrubbing to keep the inside shiny.
Obviously, somebody shouldn't use stainless steel utensils.
If you get stains on the pot, non-stick scrubbers and tougher scrubbers won't do anything because the pot is made of tough steel. But you should never use scrubbers for steel like steel wool. You are just destroying the pot a tiny bit at a time. It won't do much harm because it's all steel, not just the surface. But totally unnecessary.
There are two types of stains on the surface. Dark ones are carbon from food. Light ones are metal from hard water, like calcium.
If you have dark stains, cover it with water and bring it to a boil. It will remove most things. The ultimate method is to sprinkle a few grams of percarbonate slowly into the boiling water. Be careful as that will generate a lot of bubbles, carbon dioxide. It can remove old burn stains. Boil, soak repeat if necessary. If you have a steel mug with coffee and tea stain, one application and all stains will be gone.
Percarbonate is the main ingredient of Oxiclean. But I rather have the pure version without fillers. Percarbonate is hydrogen peroxide (first aid) plus sodium carbonate (washing soda). If you touch wet washing soda it's slippery because it's dissolving your skin. And you can see the peroxide burning your skin slowly. You can also experiment first. Washing soda is the main ingredient in laundry powder and dishwasher powders.
Washing soda alone also works, but is less powerful and takes longer. Both are very safe for stainless steel. Strong alkaline cannot do anything to the metal. The peroxide can't burn anything other than organic materials.
For the light water stains, just use a little lemon juice or lemonade when they appear. You can't avoid it; it's from the water. They will go away in no time. It's more convenient to just buy some citric acid crystals for making lemonades. They are pretty mild acids and pretty safe for the pots. But don't use strong acids such as bartender friends. They might dull the surface if used too much.
ps My new pot comes with about 7 types of spots. But my two are enough to keep all my stainless steel things shiny as new.