So. I'm trying to go towards, switching to non-toxic, safer cookware. I've switched to all stainless steel & cast iron, and love them to death.
But.... I've got these extremely nice, calphalon unison pans, which are coated with the nasty teflon, and I'm trying to remove it, without, scratching it off by hand, and hoping for the best.
Anyhow, in my little bits, of research, I read 2-3 encounters about people tossing in there non-stick pans in the oven, and running the oven cleaning cycle.
Supposedly, if all things go well, in 2-3 hours, the non stick surface, will be a grey surface, that rubs off easily.
I'm testing this theory out, atm, and was wondering, if anyone else has attempted the same. Currently, the sides, just look clean, not really as if it's burned off, but, just clean, and it's only an hour, into it.
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