My Partner has trashed the non stick coating on my Cast Iron/enamel coated frypan. I brought this pan back from France while on my OE and adore it. They are terribly expensive in NZ and Id love to have it resurfaced if Possible.
1 - Can the non stick coating be redone?
2 - Who does this , anybody in Christchurch
3 - Approx Cost
4 - Will it be any good?? Will it still be the same Le Creuset pan I love???
It is not electric as stated below , I had to out something to have this processed!
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David, If the skillet has a teflon coating and that coating is starting to break down just dump that skillet, you will never repair it and it is toxic to the kidneys. If it is cast iron then you will have to clean all the burnt food of dry the skillet, Dry it with heat and coat it with oil, flaxseed oil works well. slowly raise the temp of the skillet and hold it for about 30 mins then just let it cool.
Dry well and coat it with a little oil after each use,, same for carbon steel. The non-stick properties will improve with use.
f you want to have a non stick coating you will have to order a new pan. There is no way to get a coating like that to stick again or even repair it. You might also want to scrape it off and go back to the old school method of greasing the pan.
It probably needs re enameling but the good news is that Le crueset guarantee for life. I can't point you at a link as i dont know where in the world you are but if in the UK see here http://www.lecreuset.co.uk/Care--Use/Cast-Iron/ hope that helps
Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.
I will assume you have the gas. there is no thermocouple, your oven use electronic ignition. you may have a bad liter or you need to clean the grills
Hotplate Top Enamel or Stainless Steel Hot soapy water, soft cloth. Any stubborn stains remove gently with a nylon scourer. Pan Supports, Wok Cradle (some models only)
Enamel coated Cast Iron or Stainless Steel Cif Cream Cleaner- Faberge Lever and a nylon scourer. Dishwasher.
Burner Caps Enamel Cream cleaner, nylon scourer. Dishwasher Burner Trim Rings (some models only) and Burner Head Aluminium Cif or other cream cleaner with a soft cloth. Be careful not to be over vigorous. Griddle Plate (some models only) Non-Stick Surface Allow to cool. Wash in hot soapy water. Do not use abrasive cleaners/scourers. Dishwasher.
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Go to epinions.com, type your product and find you are not alone. Besides, as there is no cure to baldness there is no such thing as a perennial non stick pan. All coatings invented eventually succumbs to the wear and tear produced by temperature changes, contact with food and related chemistry, detergents, scrapping, etc. Consider the possibility that some of that non stick material may be ingested unconsciously.
non stick coating are volatile and have a short life span depending on the frequency of cooking and washing which wears it out if you are a keen amateur cook/chef my advice is go for HARD ANODISED which is russian space technology in your kitchen or classic copper pots/pans but they are costly, to help preserve your non stick 1. do not wash straight after let it cool down, 2. always use plastic or wood utensils.3. be gentle, hope it helps.