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*Pics inside* Examples of poor/bad retinning? My pot interior is rough after having it retinned.

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*Pics inside* Examples of poor/bad retinning? My pot interior is rough after having it retinned.

dost | Oct 30, 2009 08:28 AM

I sent my pot to Metal Coating Company in Lima, OH, based on a post/review on the boards here (which I now think might be a shill). I received my pot back, but on the interior bottom in several areas there appear to be "burrs" or particles in or under the tin. It is not a smooth surface, and I'm afraid that with use they'll pull off the bottom of the pan when stirring is applied (even with non-metal tools) leaving little pits in the surface. I feel disappointed, but would like to hear anyone else's experience with re tinning. Perhaps my expectations were too high. This does not look like any other tin interior I've seen.

Also, I should mention that they charged exorbitant shipping costs to send it back (over twice what it cost me to send it to them), thereby negating the "special" they were running. I was really disappointed with that, too, as they stated to calculate shipping based on how much it cost me to ship to them.....

I feel like I've been had. :(

Any info/input would be most appreciated. Thank you!

 
 
 
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