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nonstick pan refinishing

amy3 | Nov 20, 200203:38 PM     1

Yesterday I learned about a company here in Portland that will do teflon recoating on fry pans, muffin trays, etc. (anything that's metal, I guess). This is very exciting since I have two calphalon non-stick that a roommate ruined (I'm going to try to get them replaced under warranty, but am expecting that may not work since I don't know what on earth she did to them) and various other old non-stick pans that are no longer non-stick. It costs around $10 - 15 per pan, depending on size. Has anyone ever done this? Were you happy with the results? If I end up getting some stuff recoated, I will definitely report back with results.

Link: http://www.frypanman.com/

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