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I HAVE A 8'X 10' IMPACTBASE TQQQ04 STAINLESS STEEL NON-STICK PAN.IS THIS TEFLON BOTTOM COATING?

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Howdy, unfortunately, when that happens it is the end of the service life of the pan. If it is a recent purchase, and you feel its a warranty issue, we would be happy to find the contact information of the company for you. If this is the case, please hook us up with the make and mode and we will get going on it for you.

If it is an older pan, there is no safe or practical recoating treatment available.
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Posted on Sep 11, 2010

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Is it possible to restore the teflon surface of teflon coated pans on which the surface has become scratched (in this case Jamie Oliver Tefal Frying pans)


No. There is no effective repair procedure for the pan once the teflon coating has become scratched down to the bare metal or begins peeling off.

You can continue to use the pan safely, but the non-stick surface will not be as effective as an undamaged coating would be.

Never use metal forks / spatulas / utensils on a teflon coated pan.

Instead try using thermal rated plastic, teflon, or wooden spatulas which will not scratch the pan coatings.

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How do I use my Griddle for the first time? We did not get a manual I would like one sent to us.


I can't help you with the manual because you did not provide the make and model number.

Typically, you wash the griddle with soap and water (DO NOT WASH ANY ELECTRICAL CONTROL UNIT!). Rinse and let dry if it has a non-stick coating. If it does not have a non-stick coating (bare metal), towel-dry the griddle, then put some vegetable oil on a paper towel and wipe the entire cooking surface so it is covered with a thin film of oil. Heat it to about 250 °F for about one on-off cycle on the electrical control. It is now "seasoned" and ready for use. If the griddle does not have an electric heater but is designed for use on a range-top burner, set the burner to just below medium heat and heat until water droplets splattered on the griddle boil off quickly.

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Can i refurbish my non stick pan. Some of my friends used a knife and made some nasty marks. can i get this fixed


At best you can recycle. Once the skin of the coating is compromised, there is little or nothing you can do to re-coat the surface with a coating such as the factory coating.

I use pans with compromised seals as a double boiler when making candles. I put my wax pot in the frying pan, fill with water, then melt my wax. I do not care of the pan gets wax on it because I no longer use it for cooking.

I also use larger frying pans pans with compromised seals under the car when I drain oil. I allow the oil to drip (provided it is less than 4 qts.) into a plastic milk container that I cut the top off of. I set the plastic container into a large frying pan that I no longer use. The handel on the pan makes it easy to slide out the plastic container once it is full of oil. I then take a funnel and transfer the oil into another milk jug or old 164 oz laundry detergent bottle that still has the threads for the plastic cover in tact. I mark it used oil and set it aside in the corner of the garage for when our community allows for the annual oil and chemical waste pick up.

My dad was an avid hunter...he used old frying pans for target practice when on the country land...he'd hang pans from the handel and shoot at the pans he hung.

Sorry this is the best I could do.

Being a mom that has gone though this enough times....I removed all my metal utensils from the drawer next to the stove with plastic ones hoping my kids would grab the closest which are now plastic that is heat tolerant.

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I have a black sticky residue on the non stick surface of my cooks essentials 12 inch frying pan. I can not clean it off and the non stick properties of the pan is gone, I think due to this surface...


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.

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I am having problems with the coating on the inside of my pans. It is coming off. What can I do?


If you are referring to the teflon coating, the only thing you can do is throw them away because that teflon is very cancer causing and toxic. How old are the pans? Just go to walmart and buy another set.
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An easy way to check if the cookware is suitable is to use a small (fridge) magnet: if it stick to the pot/pan then it is very likely that the pot/pan is suitable for induction 'magnetic' cooking!

Hope my small hint is of assistance and if so, vote accordigly!

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I have a 12inch cooking pan. stainless steel nonstick. cannot use. non stick surface is comming off.


Howdy, unfortunately, when that happens it is the end of the service life of the pan. If it is a recent purchase, and you feel its a warranty issue, we would be happy to find the contact information of the company for you. If this is the case, please hook us up with the make and mode and we will get going on it for you.

If it is an older pan, there is no safe or practical recoating treatment available.
Best regards,
Farmerbear at FixYa.com

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Amama 2.0 Cu ft. Radarange Microwave model# UXA3036BAB


This model does not list Stainless Steel as a feature. Stainless Steel is used in the interior (CAVITY) of a Microwave if it is a Combination Convection/Microwave Oven. The Convection Oven can reach temperatures of 400+ degreesF. This Temperature would MELT the paint off a painted interior.
Stainless Steel can be tested with a Magnet. It will not be attracted or "Stick" to Stainless.
Hope this answers your concerns!
Thanks!

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