Double skillet OUCH

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  1. ShiftZZ

    ShiftZZ Funster Life Member

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    Had an accident with the Double Skillet and they are slightly dented, and no longer 'fit' , any suggestions as to how to 'undent' and retain the non stick?

    Ta
     
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    rubber mallet with the skillet on a bag of sand or similar
     
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    thats the way to do it, hee hee
     
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  4. Minxy Girl

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    I would have thought that a rufty tufty muscle man like you could easily get them back into shape using just your own strength .... as a rufty tufty Yorkshire lass I could probably do it with just a couple of fingers! :whistle:
     
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    bin it .. best place..
    never understood why they are
    a) popular and
    b) so expensive.. £45 for two cheap ally frying pans ?

    maybe why they are out of production ?
     
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  7. Shrimp64

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    I binned mine years ago, I now use a decent heavier pan and lid.
     
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  8. Welsh girl

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    I find the mini skillet very handy BUT the non stick coating no longer works so just cook non sticking things in it.
    I bought an expensive deep double omelette pan in Portugal in the winter, nothing sticks to it, brilliant, I use that more than the skillet now.
    I believe amazon sells similar for 1/10th of the cost, maybe not as good though?
     
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    Put it with the cadac
     
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