Question about The Kitchen Appliances - Others
How do I clean the melted plastic spatula remnants off the non-stick pan and ensure it is still safe to use?
Try Mr Clean scrubbing pan it is like using a fine sanding pad and should not damage your pan. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 15, 2019
Put on medium heat and pick it off with a plastic knife or plastic scraper before it melts. they're harder plastic and wont melt as fast
Posted on Aug 14, 2019
You could gently reheat it then immediately wipe off the plastic with a soft cloth. However I wouldn't know if i would be safe to use. The plastic wouldn't harm you but if the non stick part is comig ff that's up to your judgement. :-)
Posted on Aug 10, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Non-stick surface damage
Contact these guys and they should be able to supply replacement grill plates cheaply; http://www.esalton.com/control/contactus In general the current view is that low quality aluminium alloys, when used for cooking can put enough aluminium into the food over a long period of time to POSSIBLY influence certain conditions such as alzheimers disease, amongst others. There is a certain amount of aluminium in many things we eat or drink, regardless of what it is cooked in. If you use the grill every day then i would recommend replacing the plates, especially if the aluminium itself is becoming pitted, however I have used similar, lower quality grills before with coating worn and haven't gone mad yet. If in any doubt then replace the plates, but i think you are being over cautious here. If you find that food is now sticking to the grill, try grilling half a handful of salt with a little vegetable oil for 10 minutes or so, spread over the whole plate - a certain amount of "non-stick" can be achieved like this, although if cleaning the plates with detergent, this will soon need doing again. Hope this helps :)
Posted on Mar 27, 2007
SOURCE: non-stick surface coming off
I find that in viewing this site that the listed " solution" is not a solution at all! This skillet has a defective design and coating and should be recalled!
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
I'm Harvey the Master Plumber.
Your problem is: Children tried to surprise you by doing dishes. The plastic spatula melted and stuck on the heating coil on the bottom
This is a common problem. First, thank the children, it really wasn't their fault.
It's going to take some effort but you'll have to scrape/remove the plstic from the element. Replaceing the element is not a repair I recomend for the average homeowner.
Feel free contact me again!
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Harvey your Master Plumber
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
SOURCE: cleaning non stick iron surface
There is a product called goo-be-gone available at any hardware store in a small bottle which will remove the adhesive easily.
please mark this as a fixya! thanks
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
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