A trick to make worn pans non-stick again

The most common method is to use an oil to coat the surface layer of the pan.

Peanut oil
Before applying the method, make sure you have cleaned the pan well, to remove any stains or food residues. After cleaning and drying the pan thoroughly, apply a small layer of peanut oil to its surface, then place it on the stove for 60 to 90 seconds.

Once the pan has cooled, make sure to remove any remaining oil. Next, use a soft sponge to wash the pan.

You can repeat this process every 6 months, but if you use a dishwasher you may need to apply it every 4 months.

Coconut oil
Place the pan on the stove and heat it slightly. Meanwhile, preheat the oven to 150 degrees.

Apply a little coconut oil to the inside surface of the pan, making sure to spread it evenly. The layer of oil should be approximately 2 centimeters. Place in the oven for at least 2 hours.

The heat of the oven will allow the oil to coat the entire surface of the pan. After two hours, turn off the oven and let the pan cool overnight, to allow the oil to dry.

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