360 Cookware

360 Cookware is Assembled in the USA with some globally sourced materials and parts, which is manufactured in our Green E-Certified factory in West Bend, Wisconsin which is recognized by the EPA.

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What makes 360 Cookware different?
There are many features that make this brand different but there are four benefits that make it truly unique:

  • Customer Focused – Our goal is to ensure each customer receives quality service and gets the most from their cookware. Each customer becomes a part of our family and receives a lifetime of unique cooking experiences.
  • Vapor Cooking – Our cooking technique uses the natural moisture from meats and vegetables to cook food instead of unhealthy additives or water which strip the food of valuable nutrients.
  • Proudly Made in West Bend, Wisconsin and American Owned
  • Sustainability – Our stainless steel cookware is manufactured using a sustainable process leaving No carbon footprint on the planet. In addition, the fact that the utensils will last for many generations reduces waste and the construction allows you to use less water and energy. Our products promote a sustainable lifestyle from the plant to your table.

Inside the Vapor Technology
360 Cookware is unlike any cookware you’ve ever experienced. This energy efficient cooking system moves beyond traditional cooking and captures the magic of Vapor® Technology to heat your food quicker, at lower temperatures and without added fat or excess water, ensuring recipes stay nutritious, flavorful and appetizing. Vapor Technology creates fast, even heat that gently surrounds your healthy recipes, from vegetables and meats to grains and baked goods. The lids are specially designed to create a Vapor® Seal that captures heat and keeps it moving around your food, not escaping out the sides.

Best-In-Class Stainless Steel
Our stainless steel cookware is made with the highest quality stainless steel, so it is built to last, and all of our products come with a lifetime warranty so you can enjoy the energy saving benefits of green cooking and better tasting food as long as you’d like.
Cookware Construction
360 Cookware is made of three primary metals. The inside layer (what primarily touches your food) is T-304 Surgical Grade Stainless Steel and the range is 18/8 to 18/10. “Range” (18/8 and 18/10) refers to the percentage amount of chromium and nickel in the metal. In this case, it’s 18% chromium and 8% to 10% nickel. The outside layer (what touches the heat) is T-400 series stainless steel which has a lower nickel content and high carbon steel content to interact on induction cook tops. These two layers of stainless steel surround a layer of aluminum, which ensures superior heat conduction.
Bakeware Construction
5-ply, .07” thickness designed with T-304 surgical grade stainless steel, encompassing a heat-conducting aluminum core. Your food never comes into contact with soft metals such as aluminum, non-stick coatings, nor other potentially-hazardous elements.
Lifetime Warranty
If you’re feeling apprehensive about any loss that you may incur, understand that 360 Cookware and Bakeware is an investment that will last for generations to come. In addition, each item comes with a lifetime warranty protecting you from any manufacturing defect in workmanship.
Is 360 Cookware built to last?
Absolutely! 360 Cookware comes with a lifetime warranty. While standard cookware may wear out in about 10 years, we commonly receive letters from happy customers who have been using their cookware daily for 40 years or more.
I’ve noticed blue and white spots on my cookware. What causes these?
If you are witnessing white spots on your cookware, they are formed from the chemicals and minerals in your water. Blue spots are formed if the cookware has been exposed to too much heat. To clean either kind of spots and to give your cookware new luster, use a stainless steel cleaner and a dishcloth.
Can I use 360 Cookware without the lid?
Absolutely! You can use your 360 Cookware to cook everything, in any style. Leave the lid off to deep-fry chicken, sear steaks, sauté shrimp, reduce a classic pan sauce, or for any other traditional cooking technique you want to use.
Can I put 360 in the oven?
360 Cookware is oven safe up to 500º.
Can I bake on the stovetop with 360?
360 Cookware conducts heat so efficiently that you can bake in it right on your stovetop. Most recipes call for lightly spraying the cookware with non-stick cooking spray and for cooking in a cold pan.
How do I clean burnt-on foods?
Thanks to the highest-quality, American-made, T304 surgical stainless steel we use to line all our cookware, 360 Cookware is amazingly easy to clean — no matter how burnt-on foods appear to be. A soapy scrubber sponge is usually sufficient but if your mess is particularly stubborn, pour ¼ cup of water in the pan and heat it over medium heat, stirring up the burnt bits with a wooden spoon. Pour off the hot water then use a wet sponge and very thick paste of water and Americraft Stainless Steel Cleaner, baking soda or your favorite stainless steel cleanser.
I’m cooking on low heat but my food is still burning. How low do I have to go?
Some stovetops run hotter than others no matter how low you go. We recommend purchasing an inexpensive flame tamer or cooking on one of the rear burners which typically use fewer BTUs.
My lid is stuck on my pan. How do I remove it?
Don’t panic — a vacuum has formed between your lid and pan and is easily released by placing the pan over low heat for a few seconds.

Cookware and Bakeware for Any Recipe!

Use and Care
Wash Before Use
Before using your cookware for the first time, we recommend washing it in hot, soapy water. Cookware manufactured by Americraft is dishwasher and oven safe. Stainless steel is durable and easy to clean, and we find hot water and a soapy sponge or a non-abrasive, nylon, scouring pad is usually sufficient.
Removing Stuck-on Food
For stubborn, stuck-on foods we recommend making a paste of ordinary baking soda or your favorite eco friendly, non-abrasive scouring powder mixed with just enough hot water to form a gritty paste. Gently work the paste over the food stains with a sponge or nonabrasive, scouring pad until the debris is removed. Rinse completely with hot water. Or, for truly tough jobs try “degrading” the pan much the way you would during cooking. Add enough water to the empty pan to cover the stuck-on foods. Bring to a boil over medium heat, and gently stir up all the bits with a wooden spoon. Discard the water then wash in hot, soapy water.
Removing Stains and Scratches
White or light-colored stains are due to mineral deposits from certain foods. Our scouring powder/paste tip is the best way to remove them. Minor scratches can be removed using stainless steel cleanser. Americraft has an excellent Stainless Steel & Aluminum Cleaner available for purchase on their website. Visit www.AmericraftCookware.com to order. For best results, follow product instructions.
Use Low or Moderate Cooking Temperatures
To ensure the success of minimum moisture cooking, it is important that only medium and low heat be used. Always begin cooking over medium heat, and then reduce to low for remainder of the cooking period. High heat will cause moisture to be driven out of the cookware preventing the water seal from forming and resulting in shrinkage, sticking and burning of foods. Electric range owners, remember that burners retain heat longer, therefore it may be necessary to remove the utensil until vapor subsides. Gas range owners, remember to turn the flame down.
Varying Cook Tops
Though you may need to get reacquainted with your range as it relates to heat settings, 360 Cookware can be used on ANY kind of cook top — gas, electric, induction and ceramic ranges work perfectly. As long as the heat source is kept to a moderate or minimum temperature, any type of range will work just fine.
Oven Cooking
Oven temperatures up to 350 degrees Fahrenheit (177 degrees Celsius) will not damage the phenolic handles and cover knobs on our CLASSIC cookware line if the broiler unit is not on. The direct heat from the broiler unit in a gas or electric oven will cause the handles and knobs to blister. Before placing a utensil in the oven, make certain the oven is completely preheated. During the preheating period the oven temperature may exceed 350 degrees. 360 Cookware® can withstand oven temperatures up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit (204 degrees Celsius).
Avoid Lifting Cover While Food is Cooking
Lifting the cover means breaking the Vapor Seal. Cooking time will be lengthened considerably each time this happens. Lift the cover just enough to insert a fork to see if food is sufficiently cooked. If food is not completely cooked, replace the cover and turn heat up to medium for about a minute to reform the Vapor Seal. If the pan is dry, add 1 to 2 tablespoons of water before reforming the Vapor Seal. Reset to low and continue cooking.
Tips for Using Salt
Although stainless steel is very durable, it is not indestructible. Pitting may result if undissolved salt is allowed to remain in the bottom of the unit. This pitting takes the form of small white spots that may appear. These spots do not affect the performance of the cookware, nor are they a defect in the metal or workmanship. If salt is needed, add to boiling liquid in the unit, then stir to completely dissolve. Do not allow acidic foods or foods that have been seasoned to remain in utensils for long periods of time.
Clean After Every Use
To maintain the attractive appearance and cooking efficiency of the cookware, it is important that it be cleaned thoroughly after each use. Food films left on the cooking surface will cause discoloration when the utensil is reheated.

Return Policy
Unused cookware can be returned within 30 days of purchase for a full refund, minus a 5% restocking fee may apply. Customer is responsible for return shipping. Cookware must be returned in the same packaging in which it was delivered. Please ensure safe packing as we cannot offer refunds on cookware that is damage from shipping. If the customer chooses to exchange an item for one of lesser value, Liberty Tabletop will refund the difference. The customer must speak with a customer service representative before they can return any cookware. Unsolicited shipments will be refused and returned to sender.