Make sure to “condition” the pan before you use it, by washing, rinsing, drying, and putting a small layer of cooking oil on the surface. Always preheat the pan, and make sure you use rubber utensils, not metal or something that will scratch the surface. Although the dishwasher may be safe, one should never use steel wool or scouring powder when cleaning. Finally, try to be sure the temperature of the pan never gets above 450*, as this will crack the teflon. Keep these in mind, and the teflon coating should last much longer
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