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Enamelware or Graniteware Repair

Posted by marytalkswithhorses (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 11, 10 at 19:31

Is there a way to repair chips in enamelware or graniteware "at home"? I've read about using regular enamel paint for cosmetic repairs, but it was not recommended for surfaces that come in contact with food. The repairs I need to make will come in contact with foodstuffs.



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RE: Enamelware or Graniteware Repair

I don't think so as most enamelware is baked on at high heat.

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