I'm curious. I've never had a non-stick pan that I didn't toss after 10 years or so. I'm considering them almost disposable cookware now, as no matter how careful I am, mistakes happen, and they mess up over time.
Has anyone ever had a hand-me-down non stick pan that has been used by your grandmother/father for more than 10 years? Of course people say if you treat it nice it will last a 'life time' in reality has that worked for more than decade for any here?
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