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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.

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