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Simplex Tea Kettles

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Does anyone know if Simplex Tea Kettles can be retinned as the manufacturer from England hasn't replied to my inquiry? :confused:

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Looks like you can buy them right off Amazon as well as Sur La Table's website. Does that help?
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post #3 of 8
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No! Since noone seems to know if they can be retinned. Inquiries have been emailed to Fantes as well as to Simplex/England. Presently awaiting replie(s).

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post #4 of 8
Ugg I am an idiot I did not read your post correctly (I am a skimmer). I wonder how often they would need to be re-tinned?
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post #5 of 8
I don't have any direct experience, but I imagine they can be retinned since pretty much anything that can be tinned can be retinned. There are several retinners spread across the country, why not contact one? As a side benefit, a retinner will hammer out any dents and polish out the kettle so it looks like new.

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Done business with Rocky Mountain Retinning and they're definitely tops. A+++ NUMBER ONE!!!!!!!!!!!! And I mean it. My 12qt Mauviel hand hammered stockpot came back looking brand new and within 15 minutes at Craigslist I sold it for a whopping $550 plus s&h!!!!

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So did you ever find out if Rocky Mountain would re-tin the tea kettle?
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post #8 of 8
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Someone at Fantes stated that the kettles can, indeed, be retinned.

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