Just in case I didn't understand you correctly, your subject line said
"Oven Drip Pans".
Izzat what you really meant, cause I've never seen chromed pans which go
inside an oven, but I guess they could exist.
Were you maybe trying to describe the round pans which go under electric
heating elements on the top of the stove?
Probably closer to $30.00 in black, if the OP meant "Range drip pans"
I can't see why anyone would need FOUR oven drip pans, and can't recall
ever seeing any chromed oven pans anyway.
I think we've just about "saucered and blowed" this thread now, eh?
If you were questioning the metaphor, it's:
A Midland US expression, I think. "Saucered and blown" (or "sassered and
blowed" or the like) means "ready" or "finished". The basic concept is
that the coffee in the cup is too hot to drink, so one pours some into
the saucer and blows on it until it's cool enough to drink, then pours
it back into the cup.
I am the original (idiot) poster and I did mean the four drip pans on
the stove that surround the gas burner. They do cost anywhere from 5
to $10 a piece and the black porcelain ones are around 7 with shipping.
Get the old surface completely free of grease and oil with a lye wash
or similar and then give the surface some tooth with wet or dry
sandpaper, Use barbecue black or engine black. If available the satin
finish seems to hold up the best. Warm the surface to about 200 in
the oven before painting and then put them back in the oven to cure
and it should last a good time. You might hav to refinish them sooner
than the porcelain ones but paint is cheap. Holds up well on
motorcycle parts too, never
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