Nesting cooking pots - how do you protect

peabody1December 11, 2006

I have to nest my cooking pots and pans. I have noticed that on the pots the non-stick coating seems to have worn off close to the rim on the handle side. I suspect that is due to nesting them together. I protect the bottom of the pots by having a paper towel inbetween but it only covers the bottom. Any suggests on protecting the edges? I guess I could take the time to put another paper towel between where they touch on the edges, but I thought someone might have a more creative idea. Thanks in advance.

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Here are some ideas from a previous thread.

Here is a link that might be useful: nesting

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