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skorpion Wed 09-Sep-09 10:16:34

Hi All. In a flutter of house-goddessness I made some lovely plum marmalade last weekend. Unfortunately I used my precious Le Creuset pan for that: the fruit and sugar got welded to the bottom in about a 1/3" layer. When I came to clean it some of the enamel coating came off with it

Please tell me that I can get it restored somehow and I have't just ended up with a very expensive bloody flower pot for my garden...

TheArmadillo Wed 09-Sep-09 10:18:26

I think LeCreuset will re enamel them.

Don't know how much it costs though.

skorpion Wed 09-Sep-09 10:58:14

Yeah, thought so, thanks. But I think that would cost a fortune. Does anybody else do this?

I think I've just made the most expensive preserve in my career.

KnickersandVests Wed 09-Sep-09 11:03:20

You can re-enamel a bath yourself perhaps you can do a pot? hmm

addictedtovicounts Wed 09-Sep-09 19:25:09

they have a lifetime warrenty...so they should do it for free...their site page

skorpion Wed 09-Sep-09 21:43:51

Thanks - I'll give it a go

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