Teflon Spray to Repair Pots
Q. My kids have damaged some very expensive teflon coated pots I own, is there a teflon spray I can use to refinish these pots.Margaret Dottin
- Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Q. I was just wondering if there was a positive response to this question, since I have the same type of problem.Thomas E. Schneider
- Davenport, Iowa
A. Hi, Margaret; Hi, Thomas.
I'm afraid that the answer is no, you cannot repair them that way. But similar questions have been asked many times here, and you can find second opinions and good feedback under letters 12254, 12601 and 17908. Good luck.
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Pine Beach, New Jersey
Striving to live "Aloha"
May 14, 2012
Q. I am a maintenance person that repairs glue pot assemblies. I normally send out our glue pots when the surface becomes so worn and scratched that the Teflon coating is gone. This is both time consuming and extremely costly. I can do the repairs myself but I was wondering if there was a spray or a dip-in Teflon coating product that I can buy for this purpose? The glue pots can get up to 300°william armstrong
- Oak Creek, Wisconsin us
A. You might want to check into this spray teflon sold by Brownell's =>
- Fort Washington, Pennsylvania US
Ed. note: Craig's response is in answer to William's request for a glue-pot coating. Do not use this spray for food service items.
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