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    I can't work out how to get the non-stick onto a non-stick frying pan. Can anyone help ??


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    Quote Originally Posted by Banjo View Post
    I can't work out how to get the non-stick onto a non-stick frying pan. Can anyone help ??

    Use a bit of elbow grease
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    Quote Originally Posted by Banjo View Post
    I can't work out how to get the non-stick onto a non-stick frying pan. Can anyone help ??

    Think this should be in the sticky thread section.

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    I've heard it's very tricky, the non-stick layer sticks to everything until it's applied, I've heard a good trick is to tenderise the pan first by repeatedly hitting yourself across the head with it until you forget why your hitting yourself and as you fall slam the pan down on your hand holding the non stick layer, you should then wake up in hospital with a fractured skull, broken hand but they will have removed the pan stuck to your hand which means it's now ready for use

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    Quote Originally Posted by anon361 View Post
    I've heard it's very tricky, the non-stick layer sticks to everything until it's applied, I've heard a good trick is to tenderise the pan first by repeatedly hitting yourself across the head with it until you forget why your hitting yourself and as you fall slam the pan down on your hand holding the non stick layer, you should then wake up in hospital with a fractured skull, broken hand but they will have removed the pan stuck to your hand which means it's now ready for use
    Ah right, now I get it.

    So is it a man per pan then kinda thing ? I'd imagine that at the Tefal factory you wouldn't be expected to go through that twice ..... so what do they do with all the guys who've made a pan ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banjo View Post
    Ah right, now I get it.

    So is it a man per pan then kinda thing ? I'd imagine that at the Tefal factory you wouldn't be expected to go through that twice ..... so what do they do with all the guys who've made a pan ?
    Give them a moderating job

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    Quote Originally Posted by anon361 View Post
    Give them a moderating job
    Suddenly everything's starting to make sense round here !

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    Sounds like the stickiest situation since Sticky the stick insect got stuckn on a sticky bun. (try saying it)

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    If we had Teflon in here there'd be less friction on the boards

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