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Non-stick I have a wok that I love to cook with and the non-stick surface is starting to come off. Is there any way to fix it? It is 6 years old. lost the power cord to my west bend wok , it's abount 20 yrs. old.

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It's toxic to eat those black flakes, best purchase a new one.

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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EVER SINCE i HAD THIS SKILLETT, ALL FOOD TYPES STICK TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAN, HELP!


it is probably not a non-stick surface
having said that the cooking oil you use has a lot to do with sticking to the pan
If the instructions are correct you do not use spray oil, cooking oil or anything on a non-stick surface as It ultimately removes the non-stick quality of the teflon surface
If you must use some additive then rice oil is the best as it is supposed not to affect the surface of the pan and is better for you than cholesterol containing oils

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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,
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yes there is it depends on your location, pls visit this site for info
www.thomasnet.com

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Call the customer service number 800-323-9519. I had one that the surface started to bubble up and they are sending me a new unit! They gave me excellent service!

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Hey there,

Do not use your silverware with non stick surfaces, as it might very easily destroy them. Nowadays you can find about every kind of silverware made from silicone, which is safe for your non stick.

Have fun cooking!

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I find that in viewing this site that the listed " solution" is not a solution at all! This skillet has a defective design and coating and should be recalled!

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