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T-fal 3-Qt Performa Stainless Steel Sauce Pan w/ Lid EXPIRED

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Amazon has T-fal 3-Qt Performa Stainless Steel Sauce Pan w/ Lid (E75824)on sale for $12.74. Shipping is free w/ Prime or orders $25+. Thanks nc2283

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No spout for using it as milk pan Frown
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No spout for using it as milk pan https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/frown.gif
Pay a few more $$$ - definitely worth it.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0000VO...UTF8&psc=1
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We bought a few stainless steel pots from well-known manufacturers, like calpholons and we've also got the pot faberware mentioned in the link, but they all seem to develop chip looking spots on the inside after a few uses. I'm using glass top stoves and don't heat them over 7 out of 10 of heat settings. I wonder if this is normal for stainless steel pots? Do your stainless steel pots do this?
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We bought a few stainless steel pots from well-known manufacturers, like calpholons and we've also got the pot faberware mentioned in the link, but they all seem to develop chip looking spots on the inside after a few uses. I'm using glass top stoves and don't heat them over 7 out of 10 of heat settings. I wonder if this is normal for stainless steel pots? Do your stainless steel pots do this?
Use vinegar to clean off weird black spots. Not 100% gone, but better than nothing
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Use vinegar to clean off weird black spots. Not 100% gone, but better than nothing
Thanks! It looked like small parts of the pots chipped off, but when I touched the surface, it felt smooth... Will try your suggestions.
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Yeah. Or barkeeper's friend.

Ikea sells great pots pans and kitchen accessories
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We bought a few stainless steel pots from well-known manufacturers, like calpholons and we've also got the pot faberware mentioned in the link, but they all seem to develop chip looking spots on the inside after a few uses. I'm using glass top stoves and don't heat them over 7 out of 10 of heat settings. I wonder if this is normal for stainless steel pots? Do your stainless steel pots do this?
Chip or hard mineral stains/discolration? Mine have the latter. Calfalon brand. Doesn't bother me. No chipping.
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Yeah. Or barkeeper's friend.

Ikea sells great pots pans and kitchen accessories
Barkeeper's friend is great..... But I'd be wary using it with cooking pots. Nonfood stuff, absolutely. Chemicals and whatnot........
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Chip or hard mineral stains/discolration? Mine have the latter. Calfalon brand. Doesn't bother me. No chipping.
Hmm.. I hope those are stains. Kind of hard to tell, but I can't seem to be able to feel roughness from the surface. At least now that I know not only mine does keep looking new after some use. Thanks.
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def get the farberware one, u dont wanna drop that glass lid then be SOL.
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There's also a decent deal ($14.01, which is the lowest ever according to CCC) on the matching 12in SS saute pan [amazon.com] for those interested.
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Dead - showing only available through third party sellers.
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Trick to clean stainless steel is to use oven cleaner . The kind used to clean inside the oven . Spray let sit for 20 min and then wipe away and wash pan. Like new
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