Goodmorning, wondering if anyone knows if a pan that is teflon coated could be recoated? if so, how would i go about it?
Once its gone, its gone! throw it out & get a new one.
...which is why buying a designer label, i.e., expensive, teflon pan is not a good idea.
thanks for the response.
i didn't think it could be, but i thought i'd ask just in case. i'll miss this pan, it has served me well, but i guess it's time to part with it.
FryPan Man can too:
I have seen good comments about these on the web, but have not used them therefore cannot comment on the quality or service.
thanks so much for that link. i've contacted numerous companies and/or individuals in the past with no luck. in the back of my mind i knew someone had to do this type of work.
i'm going to contact them as i hate to part with this particular pan -- i love it. even though i got it on sale, i still paid close to $100.00 for it many years ago, so paying $36 to get it recoated is well worth it in my opinion.