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Is there any way to fix my pan?

randallhank | Feb 24, 201508:47 PM     3

I got a fully clad pan shipped to me in the mail. It had a glass lid that broke during shipment causing some minor damage to the pan itself. The rims have a few spots that look like they were spoon rapped, causing some tiny burr-like stainless steel bumps. Is there any way to smooth these out without ruining the pan? Aside from a few nicks in the sidewalls, the interior of the pan is pretty good, and the exterior is spotless aside from some marks on the handles. I just want to get rid of those sharp edges? Is there any hope?

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