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Retinning copper pans

Posted by Patrushka_MA (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 20, 05 at 12:49

I would love to re-line my copper pots and pans with tin because it is such a great heat conductor. Rather than send them someplace (they weigh a ton), does anyone know a pot retinner in Massachusetts? Thank you.


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RE: Retinning copper pans

Ask some cookware shops that sell tinned copper, and look in the yellow pages under metal repair or cookware


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RE: Retinning copper pans

Here is a place that gives info on copper pans and tinning, as well as a rough estimate as to how much it costs to re-tin your pan:

Here is a link that might be useful: Re-tinning Info


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RE: Retinning copper pans

Check out these guys too: www.eastcoasttinning.com. In Rhode Island but close to Massachusetts.

Here is a link that might be useful: East Coast Tinning


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