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re-surfacing non stick pans

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I have 2 very nice copper saute pans with brass handles and non stick surfaces.I had company for 1 1/2 mo. and didn't notice they were usiing the pans,they would use them,wash them and put them back where I had them stored. I got them out the other day and was disapointed to see that the surfaces had been ruined.I would like to send them somewhere to get them re-surfaced.I would appriciate it if you fine folks could recomend a company that you of someone you know has used with sucess.These are sentimintal pans and I hate to just scrap them. pppplease reply...good cookin...cookie :smoking:
post #2 of 12
Hi,

A while ago I posted two sources for resurfacing nonstick pans. I can't find them now, but I'll look over the next couple of days and see if i can dig 'em up. Meanwhil
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SHELL,You are a peach (blush)...lol...good cookin...cookie
post #4 of 12
On May 18 I posted this message in response to your original query:

Google is your friend <LOL>

Source One

Source Two

Maybe one of these places can help you.

Shel
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re-surface fry pan

:roll:Hi Shel. Thanks a lot for the sites. There perfect. Thanks to you I am now a happy camper :bounce: Hears to you :beer:...good cookin...cookie
post #6 of 12
You're quite welcome. Glad to help and also have the chance to bookmark and record the sites.

Shel
post #7 of 12
I have very little in the way of non stick pans in my kitchen, all 8 or 10 inch skillets. I usually buy cheap, and throw away the moment they won't release. Even expensive non stick wears out.
post #8 of 12
Not to change the subject but I really like using PAM in my skillets all of which are not non stick. Works great.

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post #9 of 12
HOWDY KOKOPUFFS! Nice to see you. :)
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post #10 of 12
Hi Mezz!

Living here in the deep swampy south working in law enforcement. Been getting into collecting axes, smoking foods with my WSM and making knives with scandinavian steels - they make the best alloys for knives.

And I just finished editing a soon-to-be published book entitled History of the Georgia Prison System authored by Larry Findlay. Life's goooood.

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Wow! You've been a busy fella, a man of many pursuits. :bounce:
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Life's a never-ending adventure, don't you think!

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