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Old 12-27-2008, 08:15 AM   #1
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Scanpan Sticking

Hi all,

We have a scanpan classic 28cm 5 litre saucepot that we've had about 5 months. We had another previously, which had pitting around the outside after only a few uses and it was swapped over for this one we now have. It was fantastic for a few months but now EVERYTHING sticks to it. Unless something is literally shallow frying things stick to it like glue, it's a pain to clean and it's really annoying. Any advise? Or is just a case of take it to the store and prey they swap it over again?

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Old 12-28-2008, 02:00 AM   #2
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There's been some QC problems with the Classic Scanpan range.

Ultimately every non-stick pan in the world will eventually lose its non-stick coat and become landfill. I'd see if the store would let you upgrade to one of the fusion (SS or Copper) range. I use the CS5 Copper fusion range and use it hard and have not had any problems with sticking or cleaning the interiors, although the copper exterior is a bit of a nuisance to keep looking good. The fusion ranges have much superior cooking properties to the Classic range, more even cooking and better response to temperature adjustments during cooking.
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