Teflon coating on pots and pans have been wonderful to cooks through the past few decades. Many people use Teflon and find the coating comes off the pans. If you still have some of these non-stick beauties laying around, you might try these steps to take care of nicks and scratches made by utensils and dish washing.
Consider your options to resurface your Teflon pan.
Try a non-stick coating replacement spray product to resurface your pan. Just spray it on and allow drying, per manufacturer’s directions. The effect should be as good as new.
Send your cookware for a professional resurfacing. Check online to find a resurfacing center near you.
Bear in mind that once the pan gets to the condition of needing repair, most people feel it is not worthwhile to resurface it. Michigan State University Extension (MSUE) suggests sending it to the manufacturer for repair but cautions this may be expensive.
- Only use plastic utensils when cooking with Teflon-coated pans and do not use harsh scouring pads for cleaning or place in the dishwasher.
- Purchase cookware that is more modern in technology-such as Silverstone.