Frequently Asked Questions
Browse our selection of Beko FAQs to find out how to install, properly use or efficiently clean any Beko product.
Any oven-safe pans or crockery can be used in the oven. In order to identify if your plate, pot, cup or bowl is oven-safe, you need to look for a special oven-safe symbol underneath.
Some examples of the types of materials that are oven-safe are:
• Metals such as stainless steel and cast iron (Avoid items with non-metal parts such as wooden or plastic handles.)
• Ceramics are generally fine to use in the oven. Don’t use plates decorated with adhesive designs and if the ceramics are glazed, make sure they are manufactured to use in a built in oven.
• Oven safe glass is fine to use in the oven, but make sure you don't subject it to temperature shocks such as placing it straight in a very hot oven or moving it from a hot oven to cold water.
• Silicone. Food-grade silicone is great for baking and practically indestructible (unless you cut it).
Typically the following should not be used in the oven:
• Plastics. Some plastics may be able to withstand heat, but they can be difficult to identify. Check with the manufacturer before putting plastics in the oven.
• Wood. Don't use wood in an oven. It will likely warp. If it’s glued you will likely get splits along the glue lines.