Non Non-stick Pan….can they be recoated?

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  • daftvader
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    Bin and get tefal ones from Debenhams. Hth

    cranberry
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    Bin and get Le Creuset – you won’t scratch the surface off them.

    Premier Icon plumslikerocks
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    +1 I’m afraid its a disposable society we live in. Wang it in the metal recycling so its not a total catastrophe.

    Some people (not me) used cast iron frying pans seasoned with hot oil to make them non stick. Never worked for me with a griddle pad and deffo not dishwasher proof!

    Dunelm Mill do some very reasonably priced but decent quality non-stick gear. Or Lakeland.

    Premier Icon Rusty Mac
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    Ha ha that picture is ace, gave me a right laugh on rough day.

    Premier Icon Daffy
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    Despite repeatedly telling Mrs D NOT to put the non-stick pans into the dishwasher, chronic abuse means they’re now coating-less. Can these be repaired? Can anyone recommend a technique/company? I hate throwing things away.

    Cheers,

    M.

    Premier Icon GrahamS
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    Bin and get tefal ones from Debenhams. Hth

    We have some “Jamie Oliver” Tefal which have a dishwasher-proof non-stick that has lasted pretty well for six years now.

    Sadly they forgot to make the outside coating dishwasher-proof too so they look scabby as hell. 🙁

    Premier Icon johnhe
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    I always wash our non stick pans in the dishwasher, and it doesn’t seem to have done them any harm at all.

    3dvgirl
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    wouldn’t it have been a better idea to wash them for you wife as i assume she cooks all the meals for you.

    Premier Icon Daffy
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    I cook, Mrs D cleans.

    Premier Icon maccruiskeen
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    I’m not really aware of any kind of utensil that isn’t either rendered functionally useless or just plain ugly by being put in a dishwasher. They just destroy things. The trick is not to own one.

    If its an otherwise good pan then if you stop sticking it in the washer, do a bit of fierce cooking with it and old non-stick pans start to season like an old-school skillet.

    b r
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    Everything used for cooking goes in the dishwasher, and if it doesn’t survive it gets lobbed with a mental note not to buy another one.

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