Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Pots and Pans Press

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After a few years, thin aluminum pots and pans get all bent out of shape: the bottom is no longer flat, which means one has to go out and blow $10 on a new one or spend time during each meal preparation positioning the pan 'just so' on the stove.

The idea is a hand-press, with various-sized inserts, that simply squishes the bottom of the non-conforming cookware back into flat.

Takes half a minute, costs $2; a sideline at a keycutters or cobblers.

FlyingToaster, Jul 23 2013

Using aluminum may be problematic http://articles.was...zheimer-daniel-perl
Perhaps more research is needed, just to settle the issue, one way or the other. [Vernon, Jul 23 2013]


       It's much easier to just buy cast iron pans. They last (almost) forever.
xandram, Jul 23 2013

       Can't you just use your mother's steamroller to flatten the pans ?
8th of 7, Jul 23 2013

       Why is this not already?
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 23 2013


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