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I accidentally washed the cuisinart ice cream bowl in hot water. is it beyond fixing?

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Hi, I always wash the bowl in hot water, would not have it any other way for hygiene reasons & have never had a problem. After all it is only made of aluminium ! What has happened to yours to make you think you have a problem ?

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Posted on Jun 29, 2011

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