In many home kitchens space is at a premium, so pans are often stacked for compact storage. But this treatment can scratch a nonstick surface. In past There are several means of protecting nonstick finishes such a slipping sheets of paper towel or the plastic lids from supermarket coffee cans between the pans. Another is before stacking the pans, slide them into large plastic zipper lock bags (the 2 gallon size for 10 inch pans and the 1 gallon size for 8 inch pans). The plastic protects the nonstick surface.
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