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    Lookin good Shinob1. If I didn't know any better id think that we're a pic of my first Debuyer shortly after I got it, same light line in the middle and everything. Keep at it, it will continue to improve.
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    Looks good to me! When I first got my DeBuyer I assumed I was doing it wrong because my patina started off brown and wasn't really turning black so I actually hit it with BKF and started all over. It did the same thing again and after doing more research I realized this is normal. It'll turn black with extended use.

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    I think the key is to just keep using it, sticky or not. Mine is most certainly nowhere near non-stick, but like stainless, with proper heating and fat/oil, it works very very well. Because I don't fry stuff up but once a week or so, I imagine it'll take a while to get "non-stick."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinob1 View Post
    Am I doing it right?

    keep doing what you're doing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SameGuy View Post
    I think the key is to just keep using it, sticky or not. Mine is most certainly nowhere near non-stick, but like stainless, with proper heating and fat/oil, it works very very well. Because I don't fry stuff up but once a week or so, I imagine it'll take a while to get "non-stick."
    if you get it good and dark it'll be pretty non-stick. i just wipe lightly with oil, between uses. sometimes my carbon gets used every day, sometimes it'll go a week between uses.

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    Some flat black Krylon will make that look right!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    Some flat black Krylon will make that look right!
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    So my deBuyer pan has lost its bottom flatness, Amazon was super cool,issued a refund and let me keep the pan, the problem is that I cook on a vitroceramic hob and flatness is a must. I tried to flatten it hitting the crap out of it with a hammer to no avail, does anyone have any ideas?

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    That sucks. Generally not an issue with Debuyer. I would say its a fluke. I would use the money Amazon refunded and get another one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    Some flat black Krylon will make that look right!
    Just be sure to apply it in several light coats or you'll get drips.
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