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Default Re-painting Le Creuset cookware

On Friday, January 10, 2003 at 7:13:06 AM UTC-5, George Bray wrote:

Does anybody know of a non-toxic and hard wearing paint/enamel which
it's safe to use on Le Creuset pans, for touching up the enamel?

I bought several enamelled saucepans from the Le Creuset range about
ten years back, along with other, much cheaper non-stick pans from
Tefal, etc. The Le Creuset pans have weathered by far the worst, with
quite a lot of the cream coloured enamel having chipped off,
especially around the rims. I'm surprised, because I try to look after
them. By comparison, none of the non-stick finish has come off the
other pans.


I have a suggestion for you. Take the lid and purchase a bottle of nail polish that is the exact match. Give the chips several thin coats...building them up over time until the chip disappears. I have done this and it is 100% effective.

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Please don't use nail polish on cookware.

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