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Non-stick pan repair spray
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welf_man
Old 09-10-2005, 7:07 PM
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Question Non-stick pan repair spray

I have a non-stick pan which I adore - size, weight, thickness all perfect - but the non-stick surface is getting badly scratched and hard to clean.

I'm sure you used to be able to get a repair spray to redo the non-stick surface, but can't locate it.

Does anyone know anything about such a product?

Mel.
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Old 09-10-2005, 11:06 PM
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I can't find the repair spray you have mentioned, but how about cutting this non stick fabric to size? I have used this product to line an oven tray for years (for roast veg etc) and it is still going strong (and is dishwasher proof ).

http://www.lakelandlimited.com/is-bi...EAAADjFcyEgEQP

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Old 29-08-2009, 8:47 PM
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I have found what you are looking for: askshop.co.uk/shopping/non-stick-cookware-repair-spray.html
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I have found what you are looking for: askshop.co.uk/shopping/non-stick-cookware-repair-spray.html
Unfortunately, that has now gone. Anybody got an update or alternative? - TIA
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Old 26-07-2010, 6:34 PM
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I once saw a tv program about the manufacture of non-stick frying pans. The process seemed to be a very complicated one. I cannot imagine that any sort of spray could ever be a substitute.
I can afford anything that I want.
Just so long as I don't want much.
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