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Best saucepans that work well In a dishwasher ?

(14 Posts)
spiderbabymum Tue 14-May-13 17:22:45

Any tips ???

DewDr0p Tue 14-May-13 17:27:31

My John Lewis classic pans are in and out of the dishwasher all the time and 14 years on look pretty much like new.

I've have thought most pans are fine unless they have wooden handles or similar?

spiderbabymum Tue 14-May-13 17:37:21

I think I've buggered up my le crusets by putting them in

spiderbabymum Tue 14-May-13 17:38:51

Want new ones that are lighter

Should I just go for plain ole stainless steel ....bear in mind part of the whole cunning plan is that everthing , pot an all will go in dishwasher

RunDougalRunQuiteFast Tue 14-May-13 18:20:19

I have Ikea 365 stainless steel, 5 years old now and still look like new, also very good value. They're in the dishwasher daily.

Chubfuddler Tue 14-May-13 18:21:24

Another vote for ikea 365. As they have metal handles they can go from job into oven which is useful.

GlaikitFizzog Tue 14-May-13 18:22:00

I third ikea 365 pots!

spiderbabymum Tue 14-May-13 18:23:22

Great ... Thanks ...another excuse to goto ikea

spiderbabymum Tue 14-May-13 18:24:27

And I really like if I can start off browning etc then bung in oven

Chubfuddler Tue 14-May-13 18:27:17

Yup you can. And then if you are me, take out of oven, realise is too runny and whack back on hob with liberal sprinklings of cornflour to thicken up!

spiderbabymum Tue 14-May-13 18:42:30

Cool

GirlOutNumbered Tue 14-May-13 18:44:20

I ruined my pans in one. I think you need to keep the temp down.

spiderbabymum Tue 14-May-13 18:54:32

What kinda pans Girl ? Interesting ...because all the heavy duty cycles on dish washer ..with the pic of a pan ...are high temp .

Surely stainless steel is indestructible
???

GirlOutNumbered Tue 14-May-13 19:52:27

They were Raymond blanc hard adonised ones. Although to be fair, I have had them a fair while.
All the outside has kind of worn away and they feel rough. Insides are fine though.

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