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Non sick finish coming off

This pan is only 2 months old and the finish is flaking. I can't use it because I'm afraid the flakes will get in the food. To send it back would cost more than the pan itself. I've been looking at the stainless steel all-clad electric skillet. any feed back on that? Thank you

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I posted a comment on a solution?? but want to e-mail you too. Line the pan with heavy duty aluminum foil before frying food. It's better than having teflon flakes on your meat.

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