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My stainless skillet sticks

I think it was put in dishwasher. Is there any way to ''re-season'' stainless to fix the problem (as you can with cast iron, for ex)?

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All-Clad actually says (http://www.all-clad.com/collections/Stainless-Steel/CareAndUse/) that it's okay to put it through the dishwasher, though I've never put mine in there. So, you probably haven't ruined it. I'd recommend a good-cleaning with regular soap, followed by a "scouring" with Barkeeper's Friend. Barkeeper's Friend is available at any department store, including Wal-Mart, for about $2. It comes in a cannister like Comet and is gold in color. Do NOT use Comet, just Barkeeper's Friend which is oxalic acid. Wet the skillet first, then put some Barkeeper's Friend on a damp sponge - plain or with a blue non-scratch scrubber - and scrub in circles.

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