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Non-stick coatings for stove drip pans


I am a housewife with an idea. I am trying to determine if there is a practical way to put a non stick coating similar to what is used on frying pans or the new celebrity grills onto the drip pans for electric stoves. If the coatings on the new grills and rotisseries on the market can withstand the heat then it should be possible to make a drip pan from the same substance. Not everyone has the new ceramic top stoves and I believe there are other homemakers who would welcome the idea. I think the result could be marketable and I would love to see a company try to produce something like it. Replacement drip pans currently come in chrome or black enamel for about $5.00 each but food and spills don't always scrub off after they have been cooked on. The new grills simply wipe clean when they cool off no matter how nasty things cooked on. Thanks for listening.

Joyce Brauer
hobbyist - Centerville, South Dakota, USA


You may be interested in looking at a company called The Fry Pan Man. Search internet under teflon re-coating

Mitch Behrens
- Tualatin, OR, USA


Anything is possible, it depends on the profits and the demands.

Daryl Yeung
- Hong Kong


Nonstick drip pans in various styles for gas and electric stoves are available in Brylane's kitchen catalog.

Peter LaHue
- Freeport, Michigan


I could not find them in Brylanes Kitchens, but I did find them at The Home Marketplace. I have been looking for them for a long time. I just ordered, so I don't know if they are good or not. You will have to order like me to see I suppose.

Good Luck.

Geraldine Sessa
- Radford, Virginia


Better not have any pet birds if you want to introduce non-stick on your drip pans! Heated, these can kill your birds in minutes. Read the following links before you use ANY non-stick stuff in a household that has pet birds:

Annette Buchkowski
- Pickering, Ontario, Canada

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